Photograph of the painting "The Fighting Téméraire" by Joseph M.W. Turner, depicting a warship pulled by a tugboat, [s.d.]. The great naval warship is shown, its bow to the viewer just left of center, all its sails rolled up to the masts. In front of it, a small ship with a long smokestack billows a thick cloud of exhaust, possibly a tugboat. Just behind this, a flash of light illuminates both the warship and the tugboat, as well as a much smaller sailing vessel to the right of the Téméraire. In the distance to the right, the moon can be seen shining through a thick collection of clouds which hover over a ship yard and the edge of a city.; Picture file card reads "Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1839, the year before Turner and a party of friends passed a steam tug towing a superannuated battleship and one young man said 'There's a fine subject for you'. So Turner produced this image of the Téméraire being tugged into harbor to be dismantled. This was one of Nelson's ships (Trafalgar) and was sold out of service a few days before Turner painted her, and everything of value had been removed. The following lines appeared under the title of the painting in the Royal Academy -- 1839: 'The flag which braved the battle and the breeze no longer owns her'".