Art Print Zeven Provincien | S. J. Lucas

Art Print Zeven Provincien
Zeven Provincien Engaging the St Michael - Art Print
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Art Print Zeven Provincien | S. J. Lucas

Dimension (paper size without frame): 61 cm x 42 cm
Print size: 56 cm x 31 cm

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SKU: 210

Art Print Zeven Provincien

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Title: Zeven Provincien Engaging the St Michael - Art Print
Artist: S. J. Lucas

Experience the thrill of naval warfare with this stunning art print of the Zeven Provincien Engaging the St Michael. This historic scene captures the intensity of battle and showcases the intricate details of the ships involved.

  • Printed in the UK on 250gsm matt textured paper.

  • Orientation: Landscape

  • Painted by a West Country artist.

  • 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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The Zeven Provincien played a significant role in the Second and Third Anglo-Dutch Wars, as well as in other conflicts between the Dutch Republic and other European powers. During the Battle of Solebay in 1672, the ship was badly damaged and nearly sank, but was able to make it back to port for repairs.

In 1694, the Zeven Provincien was involved in a major battle against the French fleet off the coast of Camaret, France. The Dutch fleet was ultimately victorious, but the Zeven Provincien was badly damaged and had to be towed back to port.

In the late 17th and early 18th centuries, the Zeven Provincien underwent several renovations and upgrades to keep up with advances in naval technology. It remained in service until 1746, when it was decommissioned and broken up for scrap.

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