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Captain Cook Gallery

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Choose from 43 pictures in our Captain Cook collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Two Natives Dispute Captain Cooks Landing, 1904. Artist: Unknown Featured Print

Two Natives Dispute Captain Cooks Landing, 1904. Artist: Unknown

Two Natives Dispute Captain Cook's Landing'. James Cook, English explorer, navigator and hydrographer, 1775-1776. Captain Cook (1728-1779) in naval uniform. Cook made three voyages of discovery. On the first he observed the transit of Venus and charted the coasts of New Zealand and eastern Australia, claiming them for Britain, and on the second he explored the Southern Ocean. The main objective of his last voyage was to find a northern sea passage between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. He was killed when a fight broke out with natives in Hawaii. From Notabel Voyagers: from Columbus to Nansen by William H. G. Kingston and Henry Frith, published 1904 by George Routledge and Sons, Ltd.

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'A Human Sacrifice in a Morai, in Otaheite; in the presence of Captain Cook', c1773. Artist: Unknown Featured Print

'A Human Sacrifice in a Morai, in Otaheite; in the presence of Captain Cook', c1773. Artist: Unknown

'A Human Sacrifice in a Morai, in Otaheite; in the presence of Captain Cook', c1773. Captain James Cook and his officers watching a group of Tahitians chanting as a man and some pigs are prepared for sacrifice on the island of Otaheite (Tahiti). This is one of the events witnessed by Cook, the famed navigator and hydrographer, during the second of his three exploratory voyages to the Pacific region in 1772-1775 when they crossed latitude 70 degrees - the furthest south then reached by Europeans. These voyages transformed our knowledge of the region. From Story of the British Nation, Volume III, Walter Hutchinson. [London, c1920s]

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'Captain Cook', 19th century. Artist: E Scriven Featured Print

'Captain Cook', 19th century. Artist: E Scriven

'Captain Cook', 19th century. James Cook, English explorer, navigator and hydrographer. Captain Cook (1728-1779) in naval uniform, seated, with his hand resting on a map of the world. Cook made three voyages of discovery. On the first he observed the transit of Venus and charted the coasts of New Zealand and eastern Australia, claiming them for Britain, and on the second he explored the Southern Ocean. The main objective of his last voyage was to find a northern sea passage between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. He was killed when a fight broke out with natives in Hawaii.

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