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Marine art
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great stuff op thanks
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>>4448018
Thanks
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Very nice.
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Number of marines posted: zero.

Marine =/= Maritime.
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Fred Dana Marsh - The Sinking of the USS President Lincoln on 31st May 1918
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>>4456461
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_art
shut up
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Andreas Achenbach - Steam Ship and Sailing Boat in Rough Seas [1890]
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>>4446618
god damn
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Ah, what a nice thread
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You cannot get the immensity of this painting but just this photo. It's a big canvas, maybe 14 feet high in the Montreal museum of art.

The Burial at Sea of a Marine Officer Serving under Louis XVI by Eugène Isabey
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Gotta have that Opium
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The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805 by Clarkson Frederick Stanfield

The Battle of Trafalgar was a naval engagement between the British Royal Navy and the combined fleets of the French and Spanish Navies during the War of the Third Coalition of the Napoleonic Wars.

As part of Napoleon's plans to invade England, the French and Spanish fleets combined to take control of the English Channel and provide the Grande Armée safe passage. The allied fleet, under the command of the French admiral, Pierre-Charles Villeneuve, sailed from the port of Cádiz in the south of Spain on 18 October 1805. They encountered the British fleet under Lord Nelson, recently assembled to meet this threat, in the Atlantic Ocean along the southwest coast of Spain, off Cape Trafalgar.

Nelson was outnumbered, with 27 British ships of the line to 33 allied ships including the largest warship in either fleet, the Spanish Santísima Trinidad. To address this imbalance, Nelson sailed his fleet directly at the allied battle line's flank, hoping to break it into pieces. Villeneuve had worried that Nelson might attempt this tactic but, for various reasons, had made no plans in case this occurred. The plan worked almost perfectly; Nelson's columns split the Franco-Spanish fleet in three, isolating the rear half from Villeneuve's flag aboard Bucentaure. The allied vanguard sailed off while it attempted to turn around, giving the British temporary superiority over the remainder of their fleet. The ensuing fierce battle resulted in 22 allied ships being lost, while the British lost none.

Nelson's own HMS Victory led the front column and was almost knocked out of action. Nelson was shot by a French musketeer and died shortly before the battle ended. Villeneuve was captured along with his flagship Bucentaure. He attended Nelson's funeral while a captive on parole in Britain.

The victory confirmed the naval supremacy Britain had established during the course of the eighteenth century.
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Trans?!
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>>4484317
................... nope
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Nile


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Those are ships, not trains.
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>>4491699
Duh, filename should say 1827 for the date of its painting, sorry.

Here's one more about Nelson trouncing ol' froggy at Denial.
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>Montreal museum of art.
I agree that they need to be seen live. But I would rather kill myself than go to an Anglo country in the XXIst century
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quebec is it's own thing. they have a law that basically says they don't need to follow canadian law.
they're part of canada but they also don't need to follow things like civil rights laws
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i like these old japanese battle prints.
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i also reccomend "Illustrated log of the whaling barque TERROR - William Henry Downes - 1846-47" but the file is too big to post
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Thank you, i'll check it out
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that looks like an unpleasent time
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>>4456461
You're a dumb fathead and you smell bad
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I like ships.
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Ships in Distress Off a Rocky Coast - Ludolph Backhuysen
I saw the painting in person when I was a kid, it is my all-time favorite painting. I'm not quite sure why, but there is something about the urgency of the scene that continues to speak to me after all these years.
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Forgot my image. Backhuysen holds a place somewhere inside thereabouts.
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>>4545191

What's your story Sёn, if you don't mind a brief distraction? I see you on every fine art thread in /hr/. How long have you lurked this board? Are you some sort of artist, or art major? Do you just have a massive folder you post here as a hobby? What is your favorite art, stuff to post?
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>>4452352

Ditto for you.
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mr.bump, give us a you
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>>4546016
(YOU)
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>>4545604
>What's your story Sёn
I've been fascinated with art since childhood. I studied art history in college and used to save old master works to use as references for the drawing and painting classes, so after some time I had a small collection on my pc. Then I wanted to print out a catalogue of my favourite works for myself, so I started looking for hr specifically. It turned out to be a bottomless mine.
>How long have you lurked this board?
Started posting here 2-3 years ago maybe, before that I thought this was just another porn board
>Do you just have a massive folder you post here as a hobby?
Pretty much this. My folder is only around 20k though, so there's room to grow lol
>What is your favorite art, stuff to post?
Architecture watercolours and graphics, late 19th century art especially landscapes, old master drawings.




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