Horatio Nelson NPG 394 Portrait Print
Extra small 102mm x 153mm £6.00
Small 297mm x 210mm £15.00
Medium 483mm x 329mm £30.00
Large 615mm x 432mm £45.00
Medium Canvas Shortest edge 297mm £35.00
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Small: Depth 23mm / Height 332mm / Width 245mm £25.00
Medium: Depth 23mm / Height 517mm / Width 362mm £50.00
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Nelson's victories during the wars with France gripped the popular imagination, making him the most enduring of British heroes. In 1793, following the outbreak of war with France, he lost an eye in a successful attack on Corsica. Nelson's strategic brilliance was confirmed at the Battle of Cape St Vincent (1797) and the Battle of the Nile (1798). This was followed by the great controversy of Nelson's career when, because of his passion for Emma Hamilton, he refused to leave Naples to defend Minorca. Nelson's last engagement was his greatest victory; he was killed by a sniper while defeating the combined French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.