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'St Albans' floated out at Deptford, 1747
The painting shows the 'St Albans', 60 guns man-of-war built at the Royal Dockyard, Deptford in 1747. It is depicted being floated out of her building dock, flying the Admiralty flag, the Royal Standard, Union flag and a red ensign.
John Cleveley, the Elder
- Image reference: BHC1046
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London