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The Battle of the Nile, Greenwich Pensioners disputing the line of battle
The scene is outside a rustic riverside tavern, by implication the Thames (or possibly Medway), with a barn to the right, a working man carrying a basket on his back along the shore, a ship laid up on moorings and the hint of a church spire on the far side. The theme is of old battles re fought in tranquillity, to the amusement of non-combatants not bearing the scars, the possibility of drink still leading to blows, with the (British) dog and (Gallic) cock still warily watching each other.
Henry James Pidding
Original size: 372 mm x 305 mm
- Image reference: PY3311
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London