Map showing 1514 French raid on Brighton, 1545
|Digital Media Bank ID:||27746|
Engraving from a drawing made by J.T. Smith, dated 1832 showing the Representation of the Attack Made by the French Fleet upon Brighthelmstone. A.D. 1545.
Map originally produced by Henry VIII's cartographer Anthony Antony in 1545. The actual attack took place in the summer of 1514.
|Categories:||Timeline/ 1830s, Collections / Fine Art, Maps of Brighton & Hove|
Rights & Reuse
|Caption:||Map showing 1514 French raid on Brighton, 1545|
|Credit Line:||Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove|
Object or Artwork info
|Type (of Object or Artwork):||Engraving.|
|Title (of Artwork / Object):||Representation of the Attack Made by the French Fleet upon Brighthelmstone. A.D. 1545.|
|Creator (of Artwork / Object):||James Basire|
|Date Created (of Object / Artwork):||1832|
|Description (Object or Artwork):||From a drawing made by J.T. Smith. Reproduced from a coloured map at the British Library. Duplicate|
|Size:||54.14 MB; 6766 x 4559 pixels; 573 x 386 mm (print at 300 DPI); 1790 x 1206 mm (screen at 96 DPI);|
|Linked Accession no.:||FA207881|