home
delivery
products
search
 
add to my favourites
 

HMS 'Experiment', 1775.


© Science Museum / Science & Society Picture Library

image details

Description
Perspective painting of a whole hull model by Joseph Marshall, commisioned by King George III. In 1773, George III directed that plans for one of each clas of His Majesty's ships should be prepared for him. A series of perspective paintings of unrigged hull models was produced by Marshall between 1773 and 1775. 'Experiment' was a 12 pounder frigate with 50 guns, designed by Sir John Williams, surveyor of the Navy, and built by Adams & Barnard of Deptford, London. Launched in 1774, she was taken by the French in 1778.
 
Artist
Marshall, Joseph
 
Image Ref.
10325736
 
 
 

buy a print

Select size
 
Select finish
 
How many prints?
 
$25.00
 
 

buy a framed print

Select size
 
Select finish
 
Select quantity
 
$125.00
 
 

buy a canvas

Select canvas type
 
Select size
 
Select quantity
 
$75.00
 
 

related links

If you want to licence this image click here