Product images of HMS 'Britannia' leaving a Mediterranean harbour
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HMS 'Britannia' leaving a Mediterranean harbour
The painting is a portrait of the ship, 'Britannia', 120 guns, showing her stern and her name emblazoned on it. She is flying the white ensign, the pre-1850 tricolour or common pennant, and her anchor is raised. Britannia', built in 1820, was in the Mediterranean between 1830-1832 and again in 1835. It is possible that this is the coastline of Malta.
Lieutenant Robert Strickland Thomas
- Image reference: BHC3744
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London