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A deck scene
|Description||Oil painting. A rather stylized view looking forward, from abaft the mainmast of a sailing ship (the most distant spar visible probably being the bowsprit) in rough weather. The ship appears to have a quarter deck nearly reaching the mainmast with a compass binnacle at the forward break, where a man in oilskins stands on watch. [PvdM 2/18]|
|Date made||Late 19th century - mid 20th century|
|Credit||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Bequeathed by the artist 1949.|
|Measurements||Painting: 629 x 485 mm|
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