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Heavy weather in the Channel: stowing the mainsail
Four men are at work stowing away the mainsail of a sailing ship. The perspective has been abruptly foreshortened with a viewpoint looking down and forward from above the men, towards the foremast and the ship's fo'c'sle. This helps to provide the sensation of a rolling ship in a heavy sea.
Sir Frank William Brangwyn
- Image reference: BHC1532
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London