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A deck scene on the 'Wiscombe Park'
An imaginary evocation of a deck scene on the ship, 'Wiscombe Park', looking aft in a storm. Although Everett never sailed in this ship, he did go on board her and made sketches when she was moored at Ipswich in 1921. The painting shows the ship leaning at an angle to the left, her three masts visible.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC3727
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London