At Mr. de Poggi's new room, No. 91, New Bond Street, near Oxford Road, are now exhibiting two large pictures painted by Mr. Robert Cleveley of the Royal Navy : representing the great and important victory obtained by the British fleet, under the command of the Earl Howe, over the French, on the first of June, 1794.
- London : Published March 1, 1795, by A.C. de Poggi, No. 91, New Bond Street, 1795.
- Physical Description:
- 1 leaflet ; 12 x 18 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN6770 .P64 1795 BoxYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- "Robert Cleveley is not known to have been at the Battle of the First of June. However, it is clear from Joseph Farington, the artist and diarist, that within two months of the battle, he was working on designs for engravings to be published by the publisher de Poggi the following year. The result was two very large pictures of which de Poggi opened an exhibition at his Bond Street gallery on 21 February 1795, promoting the sale of large subscription prints from them by B. T. Pouncy (PAI5711), issued in August 1795, and Thomas Medland (PAI5709), issued in February 1796."--Online catalog of the National Maritime Museum.
Engraved leaflet, depicting Britannia sitting on top of the world; set within an elaborate decorative border.
- Subject Terms:
- Art galleries, Commercial -- England -- London.Art, English -- England -- London.Cleveley, Robert, 1747-1809.First of June, Battle of the, 1794.Great Britain -- History, Naval -- 18th century.Marine painting, British.Medland, Thomas, active 18th century-19th century.Poggi, A. C. de.Pouncy, Benjamin Thomas, -1799.Prints -- Great Britain.
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Poggi, A. C. de, At Mr. de Poggi's new room, No. 91, New Bond Street, near Oxford Road, are now exhibiting two large pictures painted by Mr. Robert Cleveley of the Royal Navy , 1795
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