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Cutaway view of an American warship

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Cutaway view of an American warship

Hull of an American man-of-war cut open amidships, showing deck plans and quarters, 1850s.
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th century illustration

North Wind Picture Archives brings history to life with stock images and hand-colored illustrations

Media ID 5886473

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1850s Artillery Battle Ship Cannon Deck Diagram Drawing Maritime Military Naval Navy Ocean Sail Sailing Ship Sailor Seaman Ship Transportation War Ship Cut Away Hold Hull Living Quarters Man Of War Naval Vessel


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This hand-colored woodcut print takes us back to the 1850s, offering a mesmerizing cutaway view of an American warship. The hull of this majestic man-of-war has been meticulously sliced open amidships, revealing intricate deck plans and quarters that were once bustling with life. With its vintage charm and attention to detail, this artwork showcases the rich heritage and traditional craftsmanship associated with maritime history. The illustration transports us to a bygone era when these magnificent vessels ruled the oceans. From the imposing cannons strategically placed on deck to the billowing sails that carried them across vast seas, every element depicted in this drawing speaks volumes about America's naval prowess during the 19th century. As we explore each section of this remarkable ship, we catch glimpses of sailors going about their duties, living quarters where they found respite from battle, and artillery rooms brimming with firepower. This image serves as a testament to both the artistry behind creating such vessels and the bravery exhibited by those who sailed upon them. With North America's united states proudly represented through this naval vessel's design, it is impossible not to feel a sense of awe for our seafaring past. This print encapsulates not only an important chapter in American history but also pays homage to all those who dedicated their lives to protecting our shores aboard these mighty warships.

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