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Loss of HMS 'Victory', 4 October 1744
The Loss of HMS 'Victory', 4 October 1744, is a dramatic night scene in the van de Velde tradition. The actual ship, which in her day was recognized as 'the finest ship in the world', was wrecked and lost with all hands on the Caskets, near the island of Alderney in the English Channel after becoming separated from the rest of the English fleet in a gale.
- Image reference: BHC0361
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London