Barrington's action at St Lucia: the squadron at anchor off the Cul de Sac after the action, 16 December 1778
This shows Admiral Samuel Barrington's squadron at anchor across the Grand Cul de Sac on the west side of St Lucia, covering his invasion transports within it, on the day following his successful defence of the anchorage (during the American War) against the French West Indies fleet. This is seen in the far left distance as is the conical Pigeon Island off Gros Islet Bay, further north.
Dominic Serres, the Elder
Original size: 1258 mm x 2043 mm x 75 mm (frame)
- Image reference: L1156
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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