Product images of Bay of Biscay from the 'Ravenspoint'
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Bay of Biscay from the 'Ravenspoint'
A sketch from the deck of the 'Ravenspoint' sailing through the Bay of Biscay. The outline of land is visible in the distance on the far left and the sails of a ship can be seen towards the horizon in the centre. The wintry sensation of the painting is emphasized by the use of grey tones, together with the watery appearance of the sun. Reflections from the sky play across the surface of the water contrasting between pale silver in the centre and the dark effect from the cloud on the right. The cloud creates a dramatic effect and occludes the bright light cast from the wintry sun. The sea in the foreground is shown as a deep blue black.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC0024
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London