Few can argue that the call of the sea has fascinated sailors and land dwellers alike for centuries. The epic sea battles between ships, cannons blazing from their broadsides and the brave exploits of the likes of Nelson and Hornblower are the stuff legends are made of. Painted by Rudolph Clandus (1893-1964), this particular tapestry captures a naval engagement at the height of battle. A Man O War fires simultaneously on two ships while others take to longboats, escaping the inevitable doom that lies in wait for their own ship, which is taking on water and is on fire. “Naval Battle” is an epic in its own right and will look terrific in your nautically themed den, home office, library or great room. This tapestry is lined and has a tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are not included.