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An Indiaman and a royal yacht in a storm off a rocky coast with a castle
An interpretation of a storm scene depicting a ship of the Honourable East India Company and a gaff-rigged royal yacht. They are being tossed in a stormy sea, under a lowering sky to the left. The Indiaman is depicted pitched at an angle, stern visible and slightly to starboard, with its sails lowered and rocks close by on the left. Land and a fortification are visible in the distance to the left, possibly one of the Channel Islands, Monamy's family home.
- Image reference: BHC1012
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London