Art Print HMS Victory Ship | S. J. Lucas

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Art Print HMS Victory Ship | S. J. Lucas

Dimension (paper size without frame): 68.5 cm x 48 cm
Print size: 60 cm x 44 cm

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SKU: 211

HMS Victory print

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Title: HMS Victory in Open Seas - Art Print
Artist: S. J. Lucas

This striking HMS Victory art print captures the majesty and grandeur of the iconic ship, which played a pivotal role in the Battle of Trafalgar.

  • Printed in the UK on 220gsm matt textured paper.

  • Orientation: Landscape.

  • The historic HMS Victory 1805 has been painted by a British West Country artist.

  • Get this print as an HMS Victory souvenir for your home.

  • Price doesn’t include the frame.

  • Art print is delivered unframed and rolled up in a tube.

Print is delivered unframed and rolled up in a tube.
UK @ £4.80 via Royal Mail Tracked

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HMS Victory is a Royal Navy warship that played a significant role in the Battle of Trafalgar, one of the most famous naval battles in history. The ship was built between 1759 and 1765 and served in several conflicts throughout its long career.

In 1805, HMS Victory was under the command of Admiral Horatio Nelson and was part of the British fleet that engaged the combined French and Spanish fleets off the coast of southwestern Spain in the Battle of Trafalgar.

During the battle, HMS Victory served as Nelson's flagship, meaning that it carried his flag and was the focal point of the British fleet. Nelson was able to use the ship's powerful guns to devastating effect, helping to cripple the enemy fleet and secure a decisive British victory.

However, during the course of the battle, Nelson was mortally wounded by a French sharpshooter and died on board HMS Victory shortly after the battle ended. The ship returned to England after the battle and became famous as the vessel on which Nelson had died.

Today, HMS Victory is a museum ship and a popular tourist attraction located in Portsmouth, England. Visitors can explore the ship and learn about its long history, as well as about the Battle of Trafalgar and the life of Admiral Nelson. The ship is also still used for ceremonial purposes by the Royal Navy, and is the oldest commissioned warship in the world.

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