Product images of George III reviewing the Fleet at Spithead, 22 June 1773, depicting HMS 'Royal Oak'
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George III reviewing the Fleet at Spithead, 22 June 1773, depicting HMS 'Royal Oak'
John Cleveley was the son of the marine painter John Cleveley, and twin brother of the Robert Cleveley who was also a marine artist. This is one of a set of three watercolours of the review which took place at Spithead in June 1773 and at which Cleveley was almost certainly present. George III took great interest in the event, staying at Portsmouth for several days.
John Cleveley, the Younger
- Image reference: D0439
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London