A thick night off the Goodwins
Smythe, a painter of landscape and rustic genre, was the stepbrother of the marine painter William Lionel Wyllie and was twelve years his senior. This is a watercolour version of the painting 'A thick night off the Goodwins' exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1869, the subject suggested by an article in 'Household Words'. Smythe made studies in the cabin of a schooner moored at the Surrey Commercial Docks and Wyllie helped with the composition.
Lionel Percy Smythe
Original size: Sheet: 310 x 420 mm
- Image reference: PX9959
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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