A shop on the Point at Portsmouth
This is a wonderfully well observed record of a greengrocer's shop on old Portsmouth Point, drawn while the 'Pallas' was fitting out to sail for Africa in December 1774. The neatly dressed female proprietor sits 'at the receipt of custom' inside the door. Autumn fruit is stacked in baskets outside an open casement window to the left, with baskets of vegetables on a bench below.
Gabriel Bray (1750-1823)
Original size: 125 mm x 205 mm
- Image reference: PT2014
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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