HMS Queen Charlotte 120 Guns

A detailed pencil drawing of the naval ship Queen Charlotte, from the starboard stern quarter, on a starboard tack in a light wind. Some of her sails are hanging loose as she approaches a rocky coast, seen in the distance. An ensign flies at her stern and pennants from her masts. The starboard gun ports appear to be open and her guns extended. Another naval vessel, in the far distance, can be seen on the right of the picture. This drawing is part of a sketchbook and is bound with PAF8528-PAF8563 and PAF8565-PAF8568.

Object Details

ID: PAF8564
Type: Drawing
Display location: Not on display
Creator: Browne, Charles W.
Vessels: Queen Charlotte (1810)
Date made: 1818
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: 210 mm x 177 mm
Parts: Album of sketches from Memory made in Jan and Feb 1818 by C W Browne, RN of His Majesty's late ships, Alceste and Julia (Album)

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