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A sketch of the sea made while Everett was at Corbiere in Jersey. He was there from 13 January to 6 February for three weeks. The artist has sketched the rhythmic sequencing of the waves using hatched patterning to depict their movement. The sky contrasts with the sea and there is a source of brilliant light coming from the left of the sky. Towards the horizon the artist has loosely sketched the profile of several ships, a sailing ship on the right and a steamer with black smoke rising on the left. The sky is a bright pink above a dark bank of cloud.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC0026
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London