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The piazza at Havana
A depiction of an episode from the last major operation of the Seven Years War, 1756-1763. This is a view of the Plaza of Havana under occupation, showing the buildings and emptied-out open space bathed in brilliant sunlight. A group of three British sailors stand in shadow in the left foreground, with two more visible beyond the fountain. A platoon of soldiers in red jackets drills in the sunshine in the distance. The painting was one of a pair with 'The Cathedral at Havana, August-September 1762', BHC0417.
Dominic Serres, the Elder
- Image reference: BHC0418
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London