The Tapestry Hangings Of The House Of Lords: Representing the several Engagements Between the English and Spanish Fleets, In the ever memorable Year MDLXXXVIII, With the Portraits of the Lord High-Admiral, and the other Noble Commanders, taken from the Life. To which are added, From a Book entitled, Expeditionis Hispanorum in Angliam vera Descriptio, A.D. 1588, done, as is supposed, for the said Tapestry to be worked after, Ten Charts of the Sea-Coasts of England, And a General One of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Holland, &c. Shewing the Places of Action between the two Fleets; Ornamented with Medals struck upon that Occasion, And other suitable Devices. Also an Historical Account of each Day's Action, Collected from the most Authentic Manuscripts and Writers. By John Pine, Engraver.
RA Collection: Book
Each plate carries the publisher's imprint of John Pine and the date (June 24 1739).
The work is dedicated by John Pine to the King (George II).
T. Clayton, The English print, 1688-1802 (1997).
; H. Hammelmann, Book-illustrators in eighteenth-century England , ed. T.S.R. Boase (1975).
Plates [1-5] show two maps each; plate , one map. Plates [7-16] show the naval engagements. Each plate has an elaborate rococo border, in some cases incorporating portraits of commanders.
All plates except plate  have the central image printed in green ink and the border in black.
Some of Gravelot's original designs may be seen in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Name as Subject
Tapestries - Designs - Netherlands - Delft - Great Britain - London - Palace of Westminster - 16th century
Maps - Great Britain - 16th century - 18th century
Pictorial works - Great Britain - 18th century