PICTURES OF THE £100 CUP (1851)

Category: 1851 : THE £100 cup

The debate is open

Many paintings exist representative the £100 Cup. Some depict a specific time of the race that can be situed approximately in time and space through the respective positions of ships, their appearance, the landscape and sometimes indications of their author. Some times shown below are questionable. The debate is open.

 

 

THE £100 CUP - 56 PICTURES
Carol & Mike Werner
America's Cup Yacht Race With Map
Sandro Feruglio
Regata Coppa delle 100 Ghinee 1851 - Partenza dei partecipanti dall'ormeggio
Tim Thompson
America and her rivals on the Start Line, 22nd August 1851
David Monteiro
Birth of the America
Anthony D. Blake
"A close race. "Aurora", "Beatrice" and "America" pass Osborne House, August 22nd, 1851"
Anthony D. Blake
The America's Cup beginning
Adrian Rigby
AMERICA AND BEATRICE RACE PAST OSBORNE HOUSE 22 AUGUST 1851
Henry Sargeant
The First Race for the America
Illust. London News
THE MATCH BY THE CLUB OF ALL NATIONS AT COWES - THE AMERICA YACHT MAKING A "START AHEAD" (???)
Thomas S. Robins
Schooner "America" 1851 Race
Shirley Bicke'l Evans
The America Overtaking the Aurora, 1851
Thomas S. Robins
The schooner yacht "America"
Adrian Rigby
AMERICA LEADS THE WAY THE FIRST AMERICA’S CUP RACE 1851
Martin Swan
America cuts inside the Nab light
Tim Thompson
America, Arrow, Freak & Alarm
Sandro Feruglio
Regata "Coppa delle 100 Ghinee" 1851- "America" nei pressi di "Nab Light" passa al comando
Tim Thompson
The Schooner
Tim Thompson
AMERICA: 1851
John Steven Dews
America
Roy Cross
The Yacht America
Tim Thompson
Arrow and Alarm battling it out during the original 'America's Cup' race of 1851
Tim Thompson
Three Cheers for America
Tim Thompson
America Approaches the Needles, 1851
John Mecray
The schooner yacht AMERICA
Russ Kramer
Yacht America: No Second Place
William H. Bishop
The schooner yacht America racing for the Hundred Guinea Cup, 22nd August, 1851
John Stobart
The schooner yacht America
Augustus Butler
The America Schooner, 170 Tons, winning the Royal Yacht Squadron Cup
Rodney Charman
America off the Needles
William H. Bishop
Yacht 'America' Passing the Royal Yacht 'Victoria & Albert' in the First America's Cup Race 1851
Andrew Bennett
THE SCHOONER YACHT AMERICA OFF THE NEEDLES DURING THE HUNDRED GUINEAS' CUP
Augustus Butler
THE "AMERICA" SCHOONER, 170 TONS
Patrick Livingstone
America winner
Russ Kramer
AMERICA SALUTES QUEEN VICTORIA, AUGUST 22, 1851
Mark Greene
Schooner Yacht America, August 22, 1851
Sandro Feruglio
America
Anthony D. Blake
Fair Wind To Victory
Anthony D. Blake
The America passing the Victoria and Albert off the Needles, Isle of Wight, during the race for the Royal Yacht Squadron Cup
Tim Thompson
The legendary America passing the royal yacht Victoria and Albert (I) off the Needles lighthouse
Tim Thompson
America crossing the Finish Line into immortality, with Queen Victoria watching from the royal yacht Victoria and Albert (II) astern
Tim Thompson
America and Victoria & Albert
Edward Holt
America, the Finish Line 1851
Tim Thompson
America Wins
Tim Thompson
America salutes the Royal Family
Tim Thompson
America Trounces the British Fleet
Tim Thompson
America crossing the Finish Line into immortality
Sandro Feruglio
Verso la Vittoria - Coppa delle 100 Ghinee- 22 agosto 1851
Fitz Hugh Lane
The Yacht 'America' Winning the International Race
C. Myron Clark
Yacht America winning off Cowes
William H. Bishop
The schooner yacht America passing the Royal Yacht Victoria & Albert (I) at Cowes
Thomas G. Dutton
The Yacht America Winning the Royal Yacht Club Cup at Cowes
Thomas G. Dutton
The America Winning the Match at Cowes for the Club Cup
Oswald W. Brierly
"The America"
Anthony D. Blake
A Great Victory."America" finishes first off the Castle, Cowes, Isle of Wight, August 22nd, 1851.
Anthony D. Blake
There is no second: The schooner "America" crossing the finishing line off The Castle, Cowes, Isle of Wight
Anthony D. Blake
The "America" crosses the finish line