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HMS Thunderer Dutton Condy ship lithograph

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HMS Thunderer 84 Guns


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Original antique military / naval print


Signed and dated by Condy in the stone. HMS Thunderer was a two-deck 84-gun second rate ship of the line, a modified version of the Canopus/Formidable-class launched on 22 September 1831 at Woolwich Dockyard. She was constructed with diagonal framing and improved underwater lines. In 1840, HMS Thunderer fought in the Syria campaign, and acted as flagship at the bombardment and capture of the fortress at St. Jean d'Acre, She was fitted with iron-clad plate in 1863 for trials of new armour-piercing guns. Dutton was one of the greatest marine lithographers. Nicholas Matthews Condy, or Nicholas Condy the Younger was a well-regarded British maritime painter. One repair in top margin, a few light foxing spots.

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artist Thomas Goldsworthy Dutton (1819-1891) after Nicholas Condy (1816-1851)
method Colour lithograph
date C1850
size 302mm by 403mm (image only)
SKU MN5222