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Study for the painting of Bombardment of Algiers, 1816
Despite his humble origins in the north east of England, George Chambers became one of the most promising of the English marine painters of the 1830s, but died tragically young in 1840. One of his most important commissions was the large painting of the Bombardment of Algiers painted for Greenwich Hospital in 1836, twenty years after the event. Chambers took great pains to be accurate, even travelling to Plymouth to sketch men-of-war there.
George Chambers, Senior
Original size: Sheet: 202 x 336 mm
- Image reference: PW5973
- National Maritime Museum