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HMS 'Rattlesnake', 1853
After training as an artist Brierley went to Plymouth to study naval architecture and rigging, and in 1839 exhibited his first pictures at the Royal Academy. He travelled extensively. In 1841 he sailed to Australia and again in 1848 when the Royal Naval Surveyor, Captain Owen Stanley, offered to take him in HMS 'Rattlesnake' on a survey of the north and east coasts.
Sir Oswald Walter Brierly
Original size: 138 mm x 211 mm
- Image reference: PW5620
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London