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Choose from 10 pictures in our Bart collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Statue of Jean Bart, at Dunkerque, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Statue of Jean Bart, at Dunkerque, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Dunkirk, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Dunkirk, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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John Donellan Esq., c1780. Creator: Unknown
John Donellan Esq., c1780. Creator: Unknown
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At the beginning of the Holocene the hunter-gatherers of the Sahara experienced very
At the beginning of the Holocene the hunter-gatherers of the Sahara experienced very
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Jean Bart (or Barth) (1651-1702), French privateer, c1690s
Jean Bart (or Barth) (1651-1702), French privateer, c1690s
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Sir John Miller, Bart., 1911
Sir John Miller, Bart., 1911
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Jean Bart (1650-1702) at the Court of Louis XIV (1638-1715), c.1910s
Jean Bart (1650-1702) at the Court of Louis XIV (1638-1715), c.1910s
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Jean Bart, French naval commander and privateer, 1898. Artist: Gilbert
Jean Bart, French naval commander and privateer, 1898. Artist: Gilbert
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Jean Bart, French privateer and naval officer, 19th century
Jean Bart, French privateer and naval officer, 19th century
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Portrait of Jean Bart (1650-1702), 1694. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of Jean Bart (1650-1702), 1694. Creator: Anonymous
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Statue of Jean Bart, at Dunkerque, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Statue of Jean Bart, at Dunkerque, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Statue of Jean Bart, at Dunkerque, 1845. Sculpture of Flemish naval commander and privateer Jean Bart at Dunkirk in northern France. Precisely at twelve, the veil from the Statue dropt, and discovered the hero, in the costume of the time of Louis XIV., brandishing a sword in his right hand, a pistol in his left, and wearing another in his belt. He is supposed to be engaged in boarding a ship, as this was his usual and favourite mode of carrying on the fight, and which ensured to him so much success: he succeeded in capturing and carrying into Dunkerque upwards of two hundred Dutch merchant vessels, during the war with the Dutch States. The Statue is of bronze, 16 feet high, and executed in the first style of the celebrated David (d'Angers) - the Thorwaldsen of France'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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