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Destruction of the French Gun-Boats - or - Little Boney & his Friend Talley in high Glee
In this extravagant satire, Gillray derides Napoleonic plans for a French invasion of England, suggesting that such a scheme was instead conceived by a devious Napoleon as a deliberate means of ridding himself of difficult, oppositional elements in the army and navy, by sending them to certain death.
Original size: 249 mm x 370 mm
- Image reference: PW4005
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London