Japanese Dreadnought 'Mikasa' Sculpture by Brian Palm

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Japanese Dreadnought 'Mikasa'

Brian Palm

Ireland

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Size: 20 W x 10 H x 8 in

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Sculpture: Found Objects on Wood, Glass.

Shadowbox. Painted timber and found objects encased in a glass fronted wooden box, illuminated by an electric bulb.
This shadowbox depicts HIJMS Mikasa, a Japanese dreadnought built in 1902. She was Admiral Togo's flagship at the battle of Tsusima, 27-28 May, 1905. The Imperial Navy inflicted a devastating defeat on the Russian Baltic Fleet in one of the most decisive naval battles in history. The entire Russian fleet was destroyed or captured, with all 11 battleships being sunk.


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