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A frigate coming to anchor in the Mersey
An early work by the artist, painted when he was living and working in Liverpool. It is set in the Mersey, looking directly upstream from the river mouth. Perch Rock Fort is shown in the distance to the left of centre with the Bootle shore to the right. In the centre, in a choppy sea, a frigate is shown coming to anchor, close-hauled under shortened sail and flying the 1801-pattern blue ensign. In the distance on the left a naval squadron of the white is already at anchor.
- Image reference: BHC1153
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London