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Seascape from the 'Umberleigh'
An empty horizon from the deck of the 'Umberleigh'. The waves are shown by a series of short brush strokes of blue-toned paint with one wave prominently featured in the foreground. The sky is a rich yellow at the level of the horizon, indicating the brilliance of the light cast by the sun low down on the horizon. The sun is indicated below clouds in the centre of the painting. Loosely painted blue swirls flecked with yellow suggest clouds with a wash of blue indicating the sky above. Everett sailed in the steamer, 'Umberleigh', from Barry, Wales, to Vancouver, Canada, in December 1933 and returned in March 1934.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC0118
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London