Product images of Beached trading vessels and fishermen with block and tackle in foreground, Swansea
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Beached trading vessels and fishermen with block and tackle in foreground, Swansea
Calvert Jones was the cousin of William Henry Fox Talbot and is now best known as a pioneer of early photography. In the 1840s he produced an important series of calotypes of beached craft at Swansea. These reflect the subject matter of watercolours such as this made only a few years earlier. Signed and dated 'Calvert R Jones 1840'
Reverend Richard Calvert Jones
Original size: 178 mm x 256 mm
- Image reference: PW6108
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London