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Seascape from the 'Suzanne'
A seascape from the barque, 'Suzanne'. The painting uses strong brush strokes in a herringbone pattern to show the effects of sunlight on the sea and in the sky. Strong slashes of pink and lemon yellow with horizontal slashes of colour and thicker lines of paint indicate the effects of the sun. The artist has taken a low viewpoint to demonstrate the wide expanse of ocean. Painterly concerns and techniques are used to create the impression of a vivid sun low in the sky casting a lemon reflection over the water. The waves darken closer to the viewer.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC0013
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London