Product images of Sir Martin Frobisher (1535-1594)
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Sir Martin Frobisher (1535-1594)
Sir Martin Frobisher was an eminent mariner during the reign of Elizabeth I, making three voyages seeking the North-West Passage. Frobisher, along with the likes of Raleigh, Hawkins and Drake gained for England a reputation for naval supremacy. Though Drake may have cemented his historical legacy with his involvement in the Spanish Armada in 1588, Frobisher was one of the chief commanders of the English Navy and also fought against the Spanish in this English victory.
M. van der Gucht
Original size: 168 mm x 106 mm
- Image reference: PU2378
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London