HMS 'Revenge' leaving harbour by Richard Ernst Eurich

HMS 'Revenge' leaving harbour

Richard Ernst Eurich

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Second World War
Part of the Second World War Collection
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HMS 'Revenge' leaving harbour

HMS 'Revenge', a battleship of the North Atlantic escort force, is portrayed top right, sailing out of Portsmouth harbour with a destroyer in escort. The artist has used aerial perspective to create both a dramatic image and to demonstrate the extent of bomb damage to the city. The ship, sleek and serene, is lined with sailors on its decks, as together with its escort it leaves the harbour. They are surrounded by a blaze of brilliant light to signify hope and act as a contrast with the scene ashore.
Richard Ernst Eurich

  • Image reference: BHC1571

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