Santisima Trinidad (1805)

Jacksonville, Florida
August 16, 2016 4:28pm CST
This is a painting done by my dad, of the Santisima Trinidad that sailed in 1805. The ship: in her time, was the largest man-of-war afloat. She was captured by the British fleet at Trafalgar, but sank before she reached Gibraltar.
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@CRK109 (14212)
• United States
17 Aug 16
Wow! That painting is incredible!
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• Jacksonville, Florida
17 Aug 16
Thank you!
@just4him (106843)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
16 Aug 16
Your father is a great artist. Beautiful painting!
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• Jacksonville, Florida
16 Aug 16
Thank you...
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@CinnamonGrl (5740)
• Paradise, California
16 Aug 16
Beautiful painting, would love to be this talented. I must stick to my paint by numbers.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
16 Aug 16
Everyone is given their own set of talents for a reason. At least we can enjoy his...
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@Jessicalynnt (47798)
• Centralia, Missouri
17 Aug 16
I love images of boats on the water, this one has such hope, hope for what it might find over the horizon.
• Jacksonville, Florida
17 Aug 16
That is a good analogy...
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• Centralia, Missouri
17 Aug 16
@teresatrotter why thank you, it seemed hopeful, even WE know it came to a bad end, they wouldnt have known that
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