'Jack helping Freeman the fisherman' [off Greenwich Hospital]. Original illustration for Marryat's 'Poor Jack' (1840) by Clarkson Stanfield

'Jack helping Freeman the fisherman' [off Greenwich Hospital]. Original illustration for Marryat's 'Poor Jack' (1840)

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'Jack helping Freeman the fisherman' [off Greenwich Hospital]. Original illustration for Marryat's 'Poor Jack' (1840) by Clarkson Stanfield zoom

'Jack helping Freeman the fisherman' [off Greenwich Hospital]. Original illustration for Marryat's 'Poor Jack' (1840)

One of Stanfield's original drawings for Captain Marryat's novel 'Poor Jack' (1840), showing Tom Saunders (alias 'Poor Jack') helping Freeman the fisherman pull in his nets and moor his peter-boat near the landing place to the east of Greenwich Hospital, at the end of what is now Park Row.
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Original size: 208 mm x 286 mm

  • Image reference: B3783

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