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Rochester Bridge and Barge
This is one of several studies for ' ;Heave Away ;: barges upward bound, shooting Rochester Bridge', which Wyllie exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1884. Mrs Wyllie, herself a yachtswoman, was the model for the female figure. The drawing illustrates Wyllie's thorough knowledge of craft such as Thames barges, and his desire for accuracy.
William Lionel Wyllie
Original size: Sheet: 475 x 321 mm
- Image reference: PW2054
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London