Regatta, Before 1801 in the style of Nicholas Pocock


Introducing our specially commissioned interpretation of "Regatta, before 1801" in the style of Nicholas Pocock.

This painting was originally created by Nicholas Pocock, a British artist renowned for his highly detailed depictions of naval battles during the age of sail. Pocock, born in Bristol in 1740, was the son of a seaman. This provided him with a unique perspective and understanding of maritime life.

Pocock's naval paintings are known for their accuracy and attention to detail. His meticulous approach involved extensive research. Including interviewing eyewitnesses about the specific weather and wind conditions at the time of the battle. He also gathered information about the positions, condition, and appearance of the ships involved. To ensure his paintings authentically represented the events they depicted.

With this thorough groundwork, Pocock's works offer a vivid and realistic glimpse into naval history, capturing the intensity and chaos of sea battles while preserving historical accuracy. His paintings remain an invaluable record of the age of sail, reflecting the drama and heroism of naval engagements during this era.

  • Oil on Canvas.
  • Regatta, Before 1801 in style of Nicholas Pocock.
  • Bespoke Handmade Frame.

Width: 133 cm  |  Depth: 5 cm  |  Height: 85 cm


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