Ships in a light breeze
The main vessel in this carefully observed and atmospheric work is a naval two-decker of 70 guns, with a cutter astern of her. Figures can be seen aloft. Although this ship has not been identified, it is probably one of the Dublin class, which came into operation at the end of the artist's life, so this is a late work. On the left is a ketch-rigged sloop, or bomb-vessel, and in the middle distance is another two-decker.
- Image reference: BHC1022
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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