‘Cammell Laird from the River’ oil on board by R. A. Edwards, 1960.
“Force H off Gibraltar, 1940.” Oil on canvas by Rowland Langmaid.
The loss of Royal Navy battleship HMS Victoria “on this day in history” 22 June 1893 following collision with HMS Camperdown.
Oil on canvas by A. R. D. Ligmore.
Victoria’s wreck lays off Tripoli, Lebanon.
Victoria sank in just 13-minutes, slipping into the water bow first.The men in the engine room never received orders to abandon ship and went down with her. Other men in the water were sucked down with the ship. Of her ship’s company, 357 were rescued and 358 lost.
‘HMS Ark Royal‘ oil on canvas by William Alan, 1979. Painting in collection of Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery.
Blackburn Buccaneer of 809 Naval Air Squadron circles Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal (R09). Oil on canvas by Dugald Cameron, 1977. Painting in collection of Fleet Air Arm Museum.
Looks like a Phantom of 892 NAS ready to launch from the waist cat.
Wessex HAS1 from Ship’s Flight also visible.
Destroyers Bombing Shore Batteries, 6 June 1944. Oil on canvas by Norman Wilkinson in collection of National Maritime Museum.
Minesweepers clearing approaches to the invasion beaches ahead of D-Day, 6th June 1944. Oil on canvas by Norman Wilkinson in collection of National Maritime Museum.
Windy Corner, Jutland, 1916. Oil on canvas by William Henry Bishop. In collection of National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth.
The First Battlecruiser Squadron at the Battle of Jutland, 31 May 1916. Oil on canvas by D. W. Smith in collection of National Maritime Museum.