Product images of A Marine leaning on a pile of bales, with a seaman carrying kegs in the background
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A Marine leaning on a pile of bales, with a seaman carrying kegs in the background
This is a study of a Marine, possibly on guard by a pile of bales, suggesting it may be a scene taken in a naval dockyard - perhaps Portsmouth before Bray sailed for Africa in December 1774. The lettering on the bales is clearly some form of identification.
Original size: 231 mm x 200 mm
- Image reference: PT1976
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London