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A trading brig entering the Bristol Avon
A brig is shown with fore-topgallant mast struck. It is running into the Bristol Avon and the end of the channel is marked with a beacon on the rocks on the left. What may be a pilot cutter is on the left, with land visible in the distance beyond. A full-rigged ship and distant land on the Welsh side of the Bristol Channel are visible on the right. This lively painting may have been commissioned from the artist by the brig's captain.
- Image reference: BHC1195
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London