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The naval battle of Navarino 1827 - artwork no.12 Framed Print
by Panagiotis Mastrantonis
The naval battle of Navarino 1827 - artwork no.12 by Panagiotis Mastrantonis - 12" x 8.5"
Archival Matte Paper
CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)
1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting
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Ships depicted in the composition: The French warship Trident, the British frigate Dartmouth, the French warship Scipion, the British cutter Rose... more
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Ships depicted in the composition: The French warship "Trident", the British frigate "Dartmouth", the French warship "Scipion", the British cutter "Rose" & the British brig "Brisk".
The Battle of Navarino was a naval battle fought on 20 October of 1827, during the Greek War of Independence in Navarino Bay on the west coast of the Peloponnese peninsula, in the Ionian Sea.
An Ottoman armada which, in addition to imperial warships, included squadrons from the eyalets (provinces) of Egypt and Tunis, was destroyed by an Allied force of British, French and Russian warships.
It was the last major naval battle in history to be fought entirely with sailing ships, although most ships fought at anchor.
Part of the collection "Great Naval Battles 1821-1827".
Based on a lithograph by George Philip Reinagle.
About Panagiotis Mastrantonis
His love and admiration for the craftsmanship and form of the sailing-ships of the past, coupled with the adventurous & somewhat magical atmosphere of the "age of sail" is what fuels the intriguing work of Panagiotis Mastrantonis. Born in 1940 in Piraeus, Greece and with family roots from the islands of Hydra and Ios, the sea and maritime scenery seems to have had a lasting underlying influence on his creative psyche. After studying freehand drawing at the Art School of George and Eleni Vakalo and architectural drawing at the Athens Technological Institute, he worked as a professional architectural modeler until 1995. Since then he engaged exclusively in drawing his sailing ship portraits, using a unique mixed technique of freehand...