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Indiamen in the Thames
Knell was one of the leading and most accomplished marine painters in 19th-century Britain, with paintings in the Royal Collection. This grandly ambitious and dramatic canvas demonstrates why. It shows a battered and storm-damaged Indiaman, just returned from the East into the Thames, against a glowing golden sky from which the clouds are now receding.
William Adolphus Knell
- Image reference: BHC1228
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London