Thomas Whitcombe

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Thomas Whitcombe was the leading painter of the French Revolutionary wars and painted over 150 actions of the English fleet including fifty plates for The Naval Achievements of Great Britain, a splendid volume issued after the cessation of hostilities. The quartet of marine painters to whom we owe so much for the visual documentation of this dramatic period of history (Pocock, Luny, Dodd and Whitcombe) between them produced some exceptional work of the highest standard, a great deal of which is to be found in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, and in naval collections around the world.

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THOMAS WHITCOMBE (1752-1824)
A British Three Deck Man o` War off the Coast
A British Three Deck Man o` War off the Coast Described by Grant as “a noted marine painter”, this prolific and dedicated marine artist pro...
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THOMAS WHITCOMBE (1752-1824)
A Three-Masted Merchantman in two positions off the South Coast, the first posit...
Described by Grant as “a noted marine painter”, this prolific and dedicated marine artist produced a body of work that was on the borderline be...
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THOMAS WHITCOMBE (1752-1824)
An English Frigate off Madeira
An English Frigate off Madeira Described by Grant as “a noted marine painter”, this prolific and dedicated marine artist produced a body...
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