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Deck scene, man being seasick over the ship's rail
Page from an album of drawings and watercolours formerly owned, and possibly made, by the renowned antiquarian of Kent and churchman the Reverend Thomas Streatfeild (1777-1848). The album is inscribed on the frontispiece by a later owner, and with a variant spelling: 'Rev. T. Streatfield / 1777-1848 / Sketchbook of shipboard scenes'.
Reverend Thomas Streatfeild
Original size: 59 mm x 111 mm
- Image reference: PZ4313
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London