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Naval battle between frigates between La Bayonnaise and L'Embuscade, Dec, 14, 1798

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Louis Philippe Crepin

<p>Louis Philippe Crepin (1772-1851) was a French painter who created highly detailed landscapes and figure paintings. Crepin is best known for his large-scale paintings of naval battles, and the Minister of Defense in France gave him the title of Peintres de la Marine (Painter of the Fleet). Before this, he worked as a sailor and seaman who was in charge of the sails. You can find Crepin’s work in private collections and the Musée National de La Marine in Paris.</p>

<p>Louis Philippe Crepin (1772-1851), French School. Battle between the french frigate La Bayonnaise and the british frigate L'Embuscade, December 14th, 1798. 1800. Oil on canvas.</p>

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