'Britannia' entering Portsmouth by George Chambers the Elder

'Britannia' entering Portsmouth

George Chambers the Elder

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'Britannia' entering Portsmouth

The 'Britannia', 120 guns, is shown here entering Portsmouth on 4 February 1835, under the command of Captain Peter Rainier, after spending five-and-a- half years in the Mediterranean. The buildings of Portsmouth Point can be seen on the right. Various traditional boats are visible, including a ketch-rigged craft in the foreground which is towing a mast and another spar. The sun is setting in this picture which has been signed by the artist and is dated 1835.
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  • Image reference: BHC3245

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