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Geoff Hunt, naval artist. Naval art prints of Admiral Nelsons naval frigates including HMS Victory, HMS Vanguard, HMS Agamemnon and HMS Boreas by leading naval artist Geoff Hunt.

 

Geoff Hunt is one of the leading marine artists of his generation. After formal art school training, Geoff Hunt worked in marine publishing where he acquired a love of marine history. A member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists since 1989, and a Trustee since 1992, he was responsible for the RSMA's book "A Celebration of Marine Art" and "The Tall Ship in Art". His work hangs in public and private collections around the world. There are 12 of his paintings in the Royal Naval Museum in Portsmouth.

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Pickle by Geoff Hunt.


Pickle by Geoff Hunt.

6-gun schooner. The schooner Pickle battles bravely through the waves, bearing to England the bitter-sweet news of Lord Nelsons death and the great victory at Trafalgar. Commanded by Lt. Lapenotiere, she arrived at Falmouth on the 4th November 1805 from where the Lieutenant brought the news to London by coach. For his efforts, Lapenotiere was promoted Master and Commander.
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HMS Speedy by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Speedy by Geoff Hunt.

14-gun Brig. Famous for her action against the vastly superior Gamo under Lord Cochranes command, Speedy had an extremely active career in the Mediterranean. Much of this involved shore raids and boat work, as suggested in this scene. Patrick OBrian based much of the story of Jack Aubreys beloved Sophie on the exploits of Speedy.
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USS United States by Geoff Hunt.


USS United States by Geoff Hunt.

44-gun Heavy Frigate. The first of the American super-frigates, completed at Philadelphia in 1797 to designs by Joshua Humphreys, this powerful ship could carry over 50 guns. Under Stephen Decaturs command, she out-fought and captured the British frigate Macedonian on 25 October 1812.


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HMS Duke William - Coming Aboard a 98-Gun Ship at the Nore, 1793 by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Duke William - Coming Aboard a 98-Gun Ship at the Nore, 1793 by Geoff Hunt.

A cutter full of illegally press-ganged men draws alongside the huge bulk of HMS Duke William, a massively powerful British 98-gun warship. It is the start of what became known as the Napoleonic Wars and the battleship is to become home to the pressed men.


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HMS Victory by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Victory by Geoff Hunt.

First Rate 100-gun ship. The masterpiece of the great designer Sir Thomas Slade, Nelsons flagship was far from new at the Battle of Trafalgar, having begun building in 1759. Preserved in dry-dock at Portsmouth Royal Dockyard since 1922, and immaculately restored in recent years, Victory today appears as she was in 1805.
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Santisima Trinidad by Geoff Hunt.


Santisima Trinidad by Geoff Hunt.

The Spanish Flgship. First rate 136-gun ship. Built at Havana in 1769 as a 112-gun ship, re-armed in 1796 with about 136 guns to make her the worlds only ship with four complete gundecks, this celebrated Spanish flagship fought at the battles of St. Vincent and Trafalgar. Several observers remarked on her red and white striped sides.
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HMS Temeraire by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Temeraire by Geoff Hunt.

Second-rate 98-gun ship. One of the most famous names in the Royal Navy, associated with both the epic action alongside H.M.S. Victory at Trafalgar and with Turners famous painting, Temeraire was launched at Chatham in 1798. In contrast to her later career, her first day under sail, seen here, was calm and peaceful.
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HMS Agamemnon by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Agamemnon by Geoff Hunt.

Nelsons first flagship leads the squadron, Mediterranean, 1796. Nelson flies his flag as a Commodore, commanding his first squadron. He had commanded the 64-gun battleship Agamemnon, the ship he referred to as his favourite, since 1793. Nelson was given a Commodores pennant in March 1796, making Agamemnon his first flagship. In April 1796, Nelson was operating in the Gulf of Genoa with the small squadron depicted in this beautiful print. Agamemnon is shown leading Meleager 32, Blanche 32, Diadem 64 and the now famous 16 gun brig-sloop Speedy. She was at the centre of events fighting at the Battle of Saintes, the Battle of Copenhagen and of course Trafalgar, the summit of her career.


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HMS Indefatigable by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Indefatigable by Geoff Hunt.

44-gun razee. HMS Indefatigable was an exceptionally powerful frigate, cut down from a 64-gun ship but still carrying 24-pounder cannon. On 13-14 January 1797 she encountered the 74-gun Droits de lHomme. After a running fight through the night in storm conditions the French battleship was wrecked on the Brittany coast.
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Le Bucentaure by Geoff Hunt.


Le Bucentaure by Geoff Hunt.

The French Flagship. 80-gun ship. Where the British used 98-gun three-deckers, the French preferred 80-gun two-deckers, of which this is the most famous example. Bucentaure, seen here off Toulon, served as Vice-Admital Villeneuves flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar.
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Vanguard in Heavy Weather off Toulon, 19th May 1798 by Geoff Hunt.


Vanguard in Heavy Weather off Toulon, 19th May 1798 by Geoff Hunt.

The seven months Nelson spent ashore after the disastrous Tenerife campaign which cost him an arm, were the happiest period of his marriage to Fanny. As she nursed him back to health they appeared to be living in domestic bliss, disturbed only by his annoyance at having missed the resounding victory at Camperdown on 11th October 1797. When he became fit for service Nelson was informed that the new 80gun ship Foudroyant which had been intended as his flagship was delayed in construction and instead he was to be given the 10-year-old Vanguard instead. A 74-gun ship of the line, Vanguard had been built in the Royal Dockyard at Deptford near London to the design of Sir Thomas Slade. The greatest naval architect of his age, Slades masterpiece was the Victory, and he introduced the 74-gun ship into British service. The French had been the first to build 2-decker 74s, a far more efficient design than the British 3-decker 80-gun ship. The 74 was also the smallest ship that could carry a batte.........


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Agamemnon Opens Fire on the Ca Ira, 13th March 1795 by Geoff Hunt.


Agamemnon Opens Fire on the Ca Ira, 13th March 1795 by Geoff Hunt.

Like most Royal Navy officers of his time, Nelsons continuing career was subject to the vicissitudes of the Services operational needs. After paying off Boreas in 1787 Nelson spent five years on the beach in his native Norfolk. In the winter of 1792, it looked as though, at last, Revolutionary France would declare war on England. To Nelsons delight, his endless entreaties to the Admiralty finally bore fruit. On 7th January 1793 he was appointed to command HMS Agamemnon. Nelson looked forward to his new command with enthusiasm. He was 34 years old, mature, experienced, with 14 years seniority on the post list and he had spent much of the last five years thinking about naval tactics. If Nelson was in the prime of life then so also was Agamemnon. Built twelve years previously, of New Forest Oak, she was launched at Bucklers Hard on the river Beaulieu in Hampshire and was, unusually at that time, for the technique was then still quite new, copper-bottomed. In 1793 Agamemnon was, for her.........


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HMS Leander by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Leander by Geoff Hunt.

Fourth-rate 52-gun ship. By 1797 the fourth-rate was not considered fit for the line of battle, yet that is where H.M.S. Leander found herself, at the Battle of the Nile on 1st August. Here seen passing the grounded Culloden and the brig Mutine, Leander played a distinguished part in the ensuing night action.
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HMS Captain by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Captain by Geoff Hunt.

74-gun ship. Commodore Nelsons flagship at the Battle of St. Vincent in 1797, the highlight of this ships career (1784-1813) Nelsons orders resulted in Captain steering through the British line in order to engage the leading Spanish battleships, of which two of the largest surrendered to Nelson himself.
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HMS Artemis - 32 gun Frigate in the Great Southern Ocean by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Artemis - 32 gun Frigate in the Great Southern Ocean by Geoff Hunt.



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HMS Surprise by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Surprise by Geoff Hunt.

Captured French ship, rated fifth-rate. Though credited with 34 guns, this very small frigate might be better described as a corvette. Originally the French lUnite, she was captured by HMS Inconstant in April 1796 and is here seen arriving at Ajaccio. Renamed HMS Surprise, she served until 1802 but is now best known for her subsequent fictional career in Patrick OBrians novels. The Surprise was made famous by the writings of Patrick OBrian, in his books on the adventures of Captain Aubrey and the surgeon Maturin, described by the world famous writer as his favourite ship. The fabulous frigate was constructed in Le Havre as LUnite in 1794. It was a 24-gun corvette, armed with 8lb long guns. The British captured her in April 1796 in the Mediterranean, and her name changed to the HMS Surprise. She was re-armed and classed as a 28-gun ship. She actually carried 24 32 lb carronades on her main deck, 8 32 lb carronades on her quarter deck, and 4 6 lb long guns on her foredeck. French fri.........


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HMS Euryalus by Geoff Hunt.


HMS Euryalus by Geoff Hunt.

Fifth-rate 36-gun frigate. A standard design of the numerous Apollo class, Euryalus was Captain Blackwoods command during the Trafalgar campaign, where she constantly accompanied Nelsons flagship HMS Victory to repeat signals, and to keep the British fleet precisely informed of the location of the Franco-Spanish fleet.
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Boreas in the West Indies March 1787 by Geoff Hunt.


Boreas in the West Indies March 1787 by Geoff Hunt.

On 18th March 1784, Nelson was extremely lucky to be appointed to command HMS Boreas. The previous September, the Treaty of Versailles had ended the American War of Independence and many naval officers anticipated an extended period on the beach. Perhaps through political influence, Nelson was singled out for the command of the 28-gun frigate Boreas which was destined for a commission in the West Indies. The frigate was the most glamorous warship type in the navy. Although not heavily gunned, it was fast enough to evade larger enemies. It was likely to be given an independent role, whilst ships of the line normally operated in fleets off the enemy coast. The frigate often fought singleship actions against enemy frigates and these were followed avidly by the press and public. Successful frigate captains had something of the image of top-scoring fighter pilots in the Second World War and a few achieved great fame and riches derived from prize money. The frigate was designed with an una.........


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Victory Races Temeraire for the Enemy Line, Trafalgar 21st October 1805 by Geoff Hunt.


Victory Races Temeraire for the Enemy Line, Trafalgar 21st October 1805 by Geoff Hunt.

The morning of 21st October 1805 dawned clear, under a hazy sky, with a breeze from the west-north-west so light that the sea was scarcely ruffled. At ten to six on this beautiful autumn morning, Nelsons ships sighted the French and Spanish fleet against the dawn sky. The British ships, in line ahead, were sailing slowly north and rolling in a long Atlantic swell. There were 17,000 men in the British fleet and the vast majority were relieved, if apprehensive, that their long years of waiting were about to come to an end. With Nelson in command there was never the slightest doubt of victory, only of how extensive the victory might be. As soon as it was light enough for flags to be seen, Lord Nelson hoisted the first of his signals that morning: to prepare for battle, and then, in the words of the naval signal book, to bear up and sail large on the course set by the Admiral. The Victorys bow began to swing into the path of the rising sun and soon every ship in the English fleet was alte.........


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