The formidable German East Asiatic Squadron, under the command of Vice Admiral Maximiliann Graf von Spee, took part in the first major sea battle of the First World War.
Robert Taylor’s superb painting depicts ships of the German Navy's East Asiatic Squadron, under the command of Vice Admiral Maximilian Graf von Spee. Light cruisers Nurnberg and Dresden, cruiser Gneisenau and von Spee’s flagship Scharnhorst sit at anchor in a Pacific Island bay prior to the outbreak of WWI.
Each print is individually signed by the artist.
- 34 x 23.5 inches
- Release Date:
Editions that feature original and unique artwork, such as Remarque, Tribute and matted editions, are specifically hand-crafted to order. As a result, our normal delivery policies do not apply to these items but we’ll be sure to update you as soon as your drawing is complete. If you have any particular request for your remarque drawing – such as specific aircraft markings – please ask when placing your order and we will do our best to accommodate.
Framing Service available on this item
Interested in having this item framed? Our expert team are on hand to review your bespoke requirements. Simply tick the framing box at the checkout and we’ll contact you to discuss the best framing choices for your piece plus delivery options. For further information about our framing service click here.