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Tomaso De Simone

(1851 -  1907 )
de SIMONE Tomaso H.m.s. Exmouth Signalling Her Arrival At Naples

Christie's
Feb 10, 2004
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Tomaso De Simone - The Royal Yacht Squadron Schooner "fortuna" Reefed Down In A Gale

Tomaso De Simone - The Royal Yacht Squadron Schooner "fortuna" Reefed Down In A Gale

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Lot number: 761
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Tomasso de Simone (Italian, circa 1852-1857)
The Royal Yacht Squadron schooner "Fortuna" reefed down in a gale; The dismasted "Fortuna" limping into Shanklin Bay, Isle of Wight with the lifeboat coming alongside; and The crew of the "Fortuna" being rowed to shore, 1886
oil on canvas (3)
h:50 w:77 cm
Tomaso De Simone - The Royal Navy's Screw Gunboat H.m.s.

Tomaso De Simone - The Royal Navy's Screw Gunboat H.m.s.

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Lot number: 732A
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Tommaso de Simone (Italian, 1850-1880)
The Royal Navy's screw gunboat H.M.S.
Espoir
at sea
inscribed 'HMS.Espoir.' (lower centre)
oil on board, oval
5½ x 7 in. (14 x 17.8 cm.)
Built by Vickers at Barrow in 1880, Espoir was converted into a ferry in 1895 and sold out of the service in 1903.
Tomaso De Simone - H.m.s. Cressy Lying At Anchor Off Naples

Tomaso De Simone - H.m.s. Cressy Lying At Anchor Off Naples

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Lot number: 651
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Tommaso de Simone (fl.1855-1858)
H.M.S. Cressy lying at anchor off Naples
signed and dated 'De Simone 1859' (lower right)
oil on canvas
15 x 22 in. (38.2 x 55.8 cm.)
Lot Notes
Named for Edward the Black Prince's great victory over theFrench in 1346, H.M.S. Cressy was a screw-powered three-deckerbuilt at Chatham dockyard. Laid down as a pure sailing vessel in1846 and converted to screw-propulsion in 1852, she was launched inJuly 1853 and entered service the next year. Displacing 3,707 tonsand measuring 198½ feet in length with a 55 foot beam, she wasfitted with a Maudslay engine which gave her a cruising speed of 7knots under steam. Armed with 80 guns of varying calibre, her firstactive service was in the Baltic against the Russians in 1854-55after which she did a term in the Mediterranean before being paidoff and laid up in reserve in 1861. Never an entirely satisfactoryconversion to screw power, she had a short sea-going career and wassold for breaking in 1867.
Tomaso De Simone - H.m.s. Exmouth Signalling Her Arrival At Naples

Tomaso De Simone - H.m.s. Exmouth Signalling Her Arrival At Naples

Original 1862
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Lot number: 233
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Tommaso de Simone (Italian, fl.1855-1858)
H.M.S. Exmouth signalling her arrival at Naples
signed and dated 'De Simone 1862' (lower right)
oil on canvas
18¼ x 26 in. (47 x 66 cm.)
painted in 1862
Pre-Lot Text
PROPERTY FROM A CORPORATE COLLECTION
Provenance
with Colin Denny, Ltd., London.
Lot Notes
Named after Admiral Lord Exmouth, the victor of the Battle ofAlgiers in 1816, H.M.S. Exmouth was begun as a pure sailing ship in1841 but finally launched in 1854 by which time she had been fittedwith a screw propeller. A large Second Rate mounting 90 guns, shewas measured at 3,109 tons and was 243½ feet in length with a 60foot beam. Capable of 9 knots under steam, her first commission wasto the Baltic during the war with Russia in 1855 but she returnedto Portsmouth at the end of that year where she remained until sentto join the Mediterranean Fleet in 1859. Based at Malta, she stayedthere until called home late in 1861 after which she was laid up atDevonport until 1876 when she was put to work as a training shipfor "poor boys of the metropolis" (i.e. London). Moored in theThames off Grays, Essex, she fulfilled this role for almost thirtyyears until scrapped in 1905 when she was found to be beyondeconomic repair.
It seems likely that this portrait was commissioned by CaptainPaynter, her commander in the Mediterranean and the officer whobrought her home from her final sea-going commission.
Tomaso De Simone - A Squadron Of Ships Of The Royal Navy's Mediterranean Fleet Lyingin Naples Bay During A Courtesy Visit To Naples

Tomaso De Simone - A Squadron Of Ships Of The Royal Navy's Mediterranean Fleet Lyingin Naples Bay During A Courtesy Visit To Naples

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Lot number: 516
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Tomasso de Simone (fl.1851-1907)
A squadron of ships of the Royal Navy's Mediterranean Fleet lyingin Naples Bay during a courtesy visit to Naples
one signed and dated 'De Simone 1886', the other signed 'De Simone'(lower right)
oil on canvas
18 x 26 in. (45.8 x 66 cm.)
a pair
See front cover illustration (2)
Provenance
with The Parker Gallery, London.
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