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A brig leaving Dover
This painting shows a view of Dover from the sea with a brig sailing out towards the viewer. A fishing boat is making its way back in the opposite direction towards the harbour walls across the glassy, animated waves. A steamer in the background is following the brig. The painting exemplifies the early 19th-century interest in narrative detail, as can be seen in the colourful detail of the many staffage figures greeting each other, looking on and working on board the vessels.
George Chambers, the Elder
- Image reference: BHC1136
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London