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The Greeting Card featuring the painting Unknown Title Sea Battle by Auguste Etienne Francois Mayer

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Unknown Title Sea Battle Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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greeting cards the redoutable trafalgar 21st october 1805 oil fighting victory and temeraire battle of destroyed sunk naval

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paintings the redoutable trafalgar 21st october 1805 oil fighting victory and temeraire battle of destroyed sunk naval

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Beautiful !!

Beautiful!

Beautiful and dramatic work... nice sea colors. Thanks for your job. -hqphoto-

Magnificent work!

Wow! F/L

Beautifully made.

It is not the Redoubtable, the dismasted ship is Villenueves' flagship the Bucentaure (note half man, half horse on the bow) whereas the Redoubtable was a full figure of a man

Very well done!

CURIOUS AS TO WHY THE OWNER OF THIS PAGE IS PROFITEERING FROM AN OLD MASTER, UNLESS YOU R A DIRECT DESCENDANT OF THE PAINTER, AS THIS IMAGE HAS APPEARED BEFORE UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME. AND I FAIL TI C ANY CONTACT DETAILS. THIS IS WHAT FINE ART IS NOT ABOUT

I have done this painting also, albeit I 'zoomed in'

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December 7th, 2019

Beautiful. Hu as I hoped for.

December 5th, 2019

Item came as designed. Recipient absolutely loved it. No complaints

December 5th, 2019

My boyfriend loves his picture I got him for our 1 year anniversary!

December 5th, 2019

Beautiful art! Just what I wanted and will definitely be ordering from them again, highly recommend

December 4th, 2019

This beautiful card arrived in no time at all, and I am very pleased with the quality. It is now inside a frame, and hangs below my reproduction of "Mrs. Henry Beaufoy" and next to the much larger "Morning Walk", which I bought in England many years ago. This completes my "Gainsborough Wall" for the moment, and is exactly the right size for the space I had left. I've been wanting a "Perdita" for many years!

December 4th, 2019

Fun!

Artist's Description

Often known as The Redoutable at Trafalgar, 21st October 1805 (oil on canvas) by Mayer, Auguste Etienne Francois (1805-90). The actual title of the image is unknown, painted in 1836 by Auguste Mayer, it is suggested that the information about the painting was lost during WWII and it was given incorrect background and title when recovered. The picture is one of six that Mayer painted in 1836 about the struggle and fights of ship of the line Bucentaure during the Battle of Trafalgar (cf. Musée Nationale de la Marine website). The ship in the foreground on right (firing to the Bucentaure) is the British 2nd-rate Sandwich, not present at Trafalgar, actually being hulked for harbour duty at the time. It is therefore generally held that the Sandwich is actually the British 2nd-rate Temeraire, incorrectly titled by the artist, and the dismasted ship in foreground left is the French 74-gun 3rd-rate Redoutable.

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