Product images of The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805: 'Redoutable', 'Temeraire' and 'Fougeux'
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The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805: 'Redoutable', 'Temeraire' and 'Fougeux'
One of a group of drawings of these three ships locked together (see also PAD8776, 8778, 8779). This is inscribed 'Redoutable Temeraire Le Fougeux' under the ships, and shows the action after the mainmast of the 'Fougeux' has collapsed across the 'Temeraire'. The ship on the right may be the 'Victory' (see plan PAD8782).
Original size: 159 mm x 219 mm
- Image reference: PU8780
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London