Product images of Ships wrecked on a rocky shore
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Ships wrecked on a rocky shore
A depiction of a stormy sea with several ships heading for the rocks. A coastline is shown in the distance on the right together with outcrops of rock and a rock arch on the shore in the foreground. Although the ship on the left is at anchor, it is pitching steeply in the waves. With sails down, its struggle to keep off the rocks is indicated by the tension on the cable. White foam dashes the rocks on the right, throwing up a film of spray. Nature is shown at its most threatening to man, indicated by the jagged flash of lightning highlighted against the dark menacing sky.
- Image reference: BHC0781
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London