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Seascape from the 'Umberleigh'
A low viewpoint from the 'Umberleigh'. The painting is documented by waves in a heavy swell with the outline of land in the distance. The eye is on a level with the breaking waves in the foreground. The white crests of the waves contrast with the deep blue appearance of the sea. The breaking waves form the focal point of the image and the artist has emphasized the appearance of the apex of the wave in the centre. 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: BHC0174
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London