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On board the yacht 'Alarm'
Although the circumstances surrounding the painting are unclear, it is an important deck-view representation of a sailing yacht from the mid 9th century, looking forward. The background, visible on the port bow, is possibly the Mewstone at Plymouth, so the 'Alarm' could be departing for a day's racing in Plymouth Sound. Three crew are busy forward about the jib, preparing to cast off a mooring, and one crewman prepares to hoist a flag.
Nicolas Matthew Condy, the Younger
- Image reference: BHC4178
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London