The John Robertson Collection of Marine Paintings
9 Jul 2014, starting at 15:00 BST.

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Dominic Serres (British 1722-1793) H.M.S. Brunswick, commanded by Captain John Harvey, passing Mount Edgcumbe as she heads into Plymouth Sound and thence open water

John Cleveley (British, c. 1712-1777) The flotilla of ships, led by the Royal Charlotte in company with five other royal yachts, arriving off Harwich on 6th September 1761, after conveying Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg to England for her marriage to George III

Peter Monamy (British 1681-1749) The Royal Yacht Peregrine and her escorts off Gillingham, Kent, acknowledging a salute as she passes Upnor Castle

Samuel Scott (British 1702-1772) The flagship Royal George coming to anchor in a stiff breeze, probably upon arrival at Spithead

Charles Brooking (British, 1723-1759) The celebrated English privateer squadron known as the 'Royal Family' engaging enemy ships during the War of the Austrian Succession

Charles Brooking (British, 1723-1759) A Merchant Snow, two of the King's Ships-of-War, a Lugger and a Cutter all in close proximity in the Channel

Francis Holman (British, 1729-1790) The London merchantman Adamant in three positions off the coast, probably the Thames estuary

L de Man (fl. c. 1725) The flagship Royal Sovereign saluting at the Nore

Francis Holman (British, 1729-1790) The action between the fleets of Rear-Admiral Sir Samuel (later Lord) Hood and the French Comte de Grasse in Frigate Bay, off Basseterre, St Kitts, 26th January 1782

Thomas Whitcombe (British, 1760-1824) 'Hailing the frigate': a frigate heaving-to and slowing to allow an approaching cutter to transfer her passenger or deliver dispatches, with a first rate heeling in the breeze beyond as she bears away down the Channel

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