An English brig with captured American vessels by Francis Holman

An English brig with captured American vessels

Francis Holman

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An English brig with captured American vessels

Francis Holman

A scene during the American Revolutionary War. An English brig in broadside view is shown preparing to hoist its sails. There is a large amount of activity on board and the artist has shown some figures in the rigging. To the right and left of the ship are smaller American vessels captured by the brig. They are flying the English flag, to denote their capture, in addition to the Rebel American merchant ensign of 1777.
Francis Holman

  • Image ref: BHC1061
  • National Maritime Museum

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