Product images of Drawing of the hull and stern of the 'Larkins', East Indiaman, 1843
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Drawing of the hull and stern of the 'Larkins', East Indiaman, 1843
Mounted in album with PAH3772-PAH3776, PAH3778-PAH3801. No. 6 of 30
If the inscription on PAH3777 is correctly read, Schetky made drawings of the Larkins in the East India Docks. Schetky urged his students to draw everything and to annotate their drawings 'No doubt you are sketching every day. Now I advise you to make minute studies of every kind of boat
John Christian Schetky
Original size: 227 mm x 346 mm
- Image reference: PY3777
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London