Product images of HMS Victory
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This watercolour shows 'Victory' after the completion of her restoration, a process with which Wyllie was very closely involved. It is possibly a study for the HMS 'Victory' poster designed by Wyllie. The culmination of the restoration of the 'Victory' was the visit on 17 July 1928 by King George V in order to inspect the latest restoration work. Both Wyllie and his son Harold were present on the ship that day.
William Lionel Wyllie
Original size: 355 mm x 508 mm
- Image reference: PW1490
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London