Antique print. The Disposition Of The British Fleet Under The Command Of Admiral Keppel The 8th Day Of April 1761

The Disposition Of The British Fleet Under The Command Of Admiral Keppel The 8th Day Of April 1761

Artist/Collection: William Augustus Russel
Product Code: FRP28208
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The Disposition Of The British Fleet Under The Command Of Admiral Keppel The 8th Day Of April 1761

39 x 24cm (15.25 x 9.5 inches)
Previous To The Attack Of Fort Andre On The Island Of Belle Isle
(Has been skilfully strengthened with archival tape on a few places on the rear)

This antique engraving was created in 1777 in London, England for William Augustus Russel's impressive work about the history of England. His work included famous scenes, portraits of royalty and impressive ships.
It was made by copper plate engraving, has hand painted water colouring and well defined plate marks, is beautifully detailed and is on handmade, chain-linked paper. The engraving is on one side, the other side is blank. The paper has a lovely aged, creamy white patina. The border around the print is a little larger than shown. It is in good condition considering it is over 240 years old.

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Style
Date Made 1700s
Paper Size 39 x 24cm (15.25 x 9.5 inches)
Shape Landscape
Main Color Multicolored
Size Category 31 to 40 cm (12 to 16 inches)
Tags: ship, battle, navy, sea