ON THE 1782 ENGRAVING AT BOTTOM OF THE BATTLE SCENE READS AS FOLLOWS, TO HYDE PARKER ESQ, VICE ADMIRAL OF THE BLUE SQUADRON OF HIS MAJESTY'S FLEET. THIS REPRESENTATION OF THE ACTION BETWEEN THE SQUADRON OF SHIPS UNDER HIS COMMAND AND A DUTCH SQUADRON COMMANDED BY REAR ADMIRAL ZOUTMAN ON THE FIFTH OF AUGUST 1781 ON THE DOGGER BANK IS BY PERMISSION MOST HUMBLY INSCRIBED BY HIS MOST OBEDIENT HUMBLE SERVANT RICHARD PATON PUBLISHED MAY 6TH 1782 BY JOHN BOYDELL, ENGRAVER IN CHEAP SIDE LONDON THE ARTIST WHO PAINTED THIS WHICH THE ENGRAVER COPIED WAS RICHARD PATON THERE IS ALSO A LIST OF THE ENGLISH SHIPS AND THE DUTCH SHIPS. THE CONDITION OF THIS WORK IS REMARKABLE CONSIDERING AGE MOUNTED IN A PLAIN OAK FRAME SIZE OF WORK TO INCLUDE FRAME IS AS FOLLOWS LENGTH 29" HEIGHT 24" . CONTACT US DIRECT FOR YOUR DELIVERY OPTIONS.
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