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Taking in new hay and stacking it
Titled and dated as above, this harvesting scene was probably sketched in Kent while Bray was at home on half-pay in the summer of 1774, before he joined the 'Pallas' at Portsmouth and sailed for Africa in December.
Original size: 209 mm x 157 mm
- Image reference: PT1977
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London