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HMS Temeraire by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Temeraire by Geoff Hunt.

Second-rate 98-gun ship. One of the most famous names in the Royal Navy, associated with both the epic action alongside H.M.S. Victory at Trafalgar and with Turners famous painting, Temeraire was launched at Chatham in 1798. In contrast to her later career, her first day under sail, seen here, was calm and peaceful.
Item Code : LA0004HMS Temeraire by Geoff Hunt. - This Edition
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PRINT Signed limited edition of 750 prints.

Image size 10 inches x 13 inches (25cm x 33cm)Artist : Geoff Hunt65.00

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Artist Details : Geoff Hunt
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Geoff Hunt

Geoff Hunt is one of the leading marine artists of his generation. After formal art school training, Geoff Hunt worked in marine publishing where he acquired a love of marine history. A member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists since 1989, and a Trustee since 1992, he was responsible for the RSMA's book A Celebration of Marine Art and The Tall Ship in Art. His work hangs in public and private collections around the world. There are 12 of his paintings in the Royal Naval Museum in Portsmouth.

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