Admiral Nelson recreating with his Brave Tars after the Glorious Battle of the Nile by Thomas Rowlandson

Admiral Nelson recreating with his Brave Tars after the Glorious Battle of the Nile

Thomas Rowlandson

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Admiral Nelson recreating with his Brave Tars after the Glorious Battle of the Nile

(caricature) The British Admiral is celebrating the great victory with his men on board his flagship, the Vanguard. Nelson himself was slightly wounded to the head in the action, and a bandage is visible just below his hat. Nelson's involvement with and consideration of his men was typical, and marked him as a great and loved leader amongst those who served under him. The print also includes the words of a song written in celebration.
Thomas Rowlandson

Original size: 295 mm x 348 mm

  • Image reference: PW3892

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