Product images of Brunswick dock on the Thames at Blackwall
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Brunswick dock on the Thames at Blackwall
'Brunswick Dock on the Thames at Blackwall... chiefly intended for the accommodation; protection of ships of the Honble the East India Company...'. The print was drawn, engraved and published by Daniell, who also painted the same view in oil (BHC1867). See that entry, which includes a description based on the full inscription under this image, which also bears a dedication to John Perry. He built the Brunswick Dock in 1789-1790 and retired in 1803, the year this print was issued, leaving the Blackwall shipyard of which it was part in the hands of his partners, the Wells, Wigram and Green families.
Original size: 495 mm x 832 mm
- Image reference: PZ7125
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection