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Patrick O'Brien. Catch Me If You Can. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

Patrick O'Brien. Catch Me If You Can. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

On 21 October 1797 United States Frigate Constitution was launched at the Hartts Boston shipyard, Boston, Massachusetts. Constitution is now the oldest commissioned ship in the U.S. Navy. This painting by Anton Otto Fischer, depicts Constitution’s boats towing her in a calm, while she was being pursued by a squadron of British warships early in the War of 1812, on 18 July 1812.

On 21 October 1797 United States Frigate Constitution was launched at the Hartts Boston shipyard, Boston, Massachusetts. Constitution is now the oldest commissioned ship in the U.S. Navy. This painting by Anton Otto Fischer, depicts Constitution’s boats towing her in a calm, while she was being pursued by a squadron of British warships early in the War of 1812, on 18 July 1812.

Il colore e' poesia dell'anima

Il colore e' poesia dell'anima

AFFBooks | Plunder & Pillage

AFFBooks | Plunder & Pillage

Patrick O'Brien. USS Hornet vs. HMS Peacock, 1813. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

Patrick O'Brien. USS Hornet vs. HMS Peacock, 1813. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

Geoffrey Huband - "Constitution vs. Guerriere"

Geoffrey Huband - "Constitution vs. Guerriere"

Goélette de cabotage vers 1840, la peinture à fausse batterie noire et blanche est très courante au XIXème gravure de Louis le Breton.

Goélette de cabotage vers 1840, la peinture à fausse batterie noire et blanche est très courante au XIXème gravure de Louis le Breton.

Geoff Hunt. HMS AUGUSTA. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

Geoff Hunt. HMS AUGUSTA. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

The painting shows the moment when, unable to return fire on her approach, the battered and bloodied HMS Victory finally breaks through the enemy line with a thunderous broadside, splintering the stern of the French flagship Bucentaure into a thousand pieces. The Victory then rammed the French Redoubtable, the two ships exchanging broadsides at point blank range.

The painting shows the moment when, unable to return fire on her approach, the battered and bloodied HMS Victory finally breaks through the enemy line with a thunderous broadside, splintering the stern of the French flagship Bucentaure into a thousand pieces. The Victory then rammed the French Redoubtable, the two ships exchanging broadsides at point blank range.

"'Agamemnon' opens fire on the 'Ca Ira,' 12th March, 1795," by Geoff Hunt.

"'Agamemnon' opens fire on the 'Ca Ira,' 12th March, 1795," by Geoff Hunt.

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