Nelson’s voyage from Gibraltar 1796, beginning as shown in this painting, demonstrates the best of his character and leadership.
Exhibited at the European Parliament, May 2011
“Nelson at Gibraltar”, currently the most expensive painting on my websites, Nelson, two ships for the price of one ! The new owner is willing to resell this painting provided he can buy another of mine to replace it.
Nelson’s voyage in the ‘Minerve’ is overlooked by most authors, and yet a young Nelson significantly demonstrates his style and power of leadership during the voyage.Make me an offer of £25,000 (about $31,000) or more and I’ll probably accept it.
For his character Horatio Hornblower, the most famous of naval author’s C. S. Forester adapted an incident in his book “Hornblower and the Atropos” from Horatio Nelson’s voyage with Minerve.
Nelson’s voyage in the ‘Minerve’ is overlooked by most authors, and yet a young Nelson significantly demonstrates his style and power of leadership during the voyage, an example to us all.
At present this painting is by ‘special arrangement’ with a client who has become a firm friend of mine in Wiltshire, England.
Nelson’s significant voyage in the ‘Minerve’ has been ignored by most ‘Nelson’ authors.
This is surprising although it does demonstrate the tendency of authors to re write each other’s books.
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The Minerve voyage :
Nelson demonstrates his finest leadership qualities during this voyage, the now immortal Nelson, a much admired and loved leader setting an excellent example.
This is Nelson as an example for all who would be leaders, to emulate.
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One of my Nelson and Trafalgar series.
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The painting :
Nelson and the ‘HMS Minerve‘; Gibraltar, 10th December 1796.
The “Nelson and Trafalgar Series”, my inspiring brief from Victory 2005 Ltd on behalf or HMS Victory and the Royal Navy Museum, Portsmouth, is to show some of the lesser known but significant events in the story of Nelson and the Royal Navy.
‘Nelson and Minerve’ fits that brief perfectly.
Nelson’s transfer to the frigate HMS Minerve was the beginning of a special assignment, the voyage that consolidated Nelson’s name, made him and Admiral Sir John Jervis truly Internationally famous celebrities.
Yet most of the books on Nelson don’t mention Nelson’s crucial time on the frigate Minerve.
The painting has a richly detailed meticulously researched background which includes HMS Captain.
Here you have 2 Nelson ships for the price of one.
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