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Sketches of profile and stern of a brigantine? and topographical sketch of Cape Finisterre...1843
Mounted in album with PAH3772, PAH3774-PAH3801. No. 2 of 30
The coastal profile on the lower part of the sheet is drawn in the manner in which naval officers were required to draw distant coasts. Schetky would have taught his students at Portsmouth to draw such coastal 'profiles'.
Inscribed in the upper left 'T Heaviside [?] Esq/69 Cornhill', in the upper right '1st May 1843' and in the lower left 'Cape Finisterre
Original size: 225 mm x 361 mm
- Image reference: PY3773
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London