Skip Menu. Navigate to content in this page
Accessibility Assistance, opens A D A page

Sir Francis Drake's voyage 1585-1586

Item # 1409573

<p>Sir Francis Drake's voyage 1585-1586. 16th century map showing the journey Sir Francis Drake made to the New World from 1585-1586. In 1585 war broke out between Spain and England prompting Drake to sail to the New World and sack the ports of Santo Domingo and Cartagena. On the return leg of the voyage, he captured the Spanish fort of San Augustin in Spanish Florida. These acts of piracy encouraged Philip II of Spain to order the planning of an invasion of England, which became known as The Spanish Armada. This map was created by the Italian cartographer Giovanni Battista Boazio in 1589.</p>

Whether you’re looking for an affordable wall art solution, or seeking to custom frame your art at home, our giclée poster prints will not disappoint. Printed on high quality poster paper, your new abstract art, movie poster, or fine art photography will look stunning in any light.

Quality Poster Paper

<p>Your selected artwork is printed in fine detail on a lightweight, low glare, satin poster paper. This bright white paper stock ensures vibrant color and image clarity.</p>

Long-Lasting Color and Detail

<p>All of our paper prints are giclée printed with archival inks for enduring color and detail. Each poster print is carefully checked by our print team to ensure the details and quality are faithful to the original artwork.</p>

Flexible Framing

<p>If you’re looking for a specific frame or custom matting, our high quality poster prints give you the flexibility to frame your art at home. Looking for an all-in-one framed art print that’s ready to hang? Be sure to check out our framed art prints for a complete, finished product, available in a variety of frame finishes. Whether you choose to do it yourself or opt for our all-in-one framed prints, our poster prints are guaranteed to provide visual impact to your space.</p>

Educational Posters History Explorers Maps Antique Maps World Maps