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The 'Victory' in Naples Bay, 25 June 1804
The sixth in a series of ten drawings (PAF5871- 5874, PAF5876, PAF5880-5881 and PAF5883-5885) of mainly lesser-known incidents in Nelson's career, apparently intended for a set of engravings. Pocock's own numbered description of the subject in a letter of 2 June 1810 (see below) is: '6. "Victory" Naples Bay Morning.' It shows Nelson's last significant appearance off Naples when Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean before Trafalgar. For the rather complex circumstances of the commissioning of these ten drawings, and Pocock's related letters, see PAF5871, ' View of St Eustatius with the "Boreas" '. Signed and dated, lower left.
Original size: 278 mm x 381 mm
- Image reference: PW5880
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London