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Men-of-war at Plymouth
This view shows a squadron commanded by a Vice-Admiral of the Red coming down the Hamoaze, outward bound from Plymouth. The view is from near Torpoint, on the Cornwall side, looking north-west towards Plymouth Dockyard before it was extended further to the south. While the painting is dated 1766 it is probably based on earlier sketches since 1766 was the year that work began to level the hill in the right background to build the new ropery, as part of that southern extension.
Dominic Serres, the Elder
- Image reference: BHC1066
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London