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TS#05 The Belle Poule

TS#05 The Belle Poule

Fine Art Giclee Print From An Original Watercolour Painting By Peter Harvey Graver


The Belle-Poule is a French Naval Schooner used as a training vessel. She was launched on 8th February 1932 at the Chantiers de Normandie at Fecamp. She is a replica of a type of fishing vessel that was used until 1935 off Iceland for catching cod. She has a sister ship the Etoile. In 1940 she fled to the UK and in July was seized by the British. Both Etoile and Belle Poule then served the Free French Forces during the 2nd World War. In recognition of their loyalty to the Free French they received the honour of the right to fly the French Flag with the cross of Lorraine. In 1945 she returned to Brest. Since 13 May 1978 Belle Poule has been sponsored by the city of Pauillac.


Mounted And Gallery Wrapped 




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Available As Open Edition A4 & Limited Edition ( - /250) A3 Giclee Prints In The Following Sizes:


Image Size Approx A4 Mounted £25 Outside Measurement Of Mount Approx 15 ¼” x 11 ¾”


Image Size Approx A3 Mounted £55 Outside Measurement Of Mount Approx 21 ½” x 16 ½”


Image Size Approx A4 Framed £37.50 Outside Measurement Of Frame Approx 17” x 13 ½”


Image Size Approx A3 Framed £70 Outside Measurement Of Frame Approx 23 ¾” x 18 ¾”


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