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The Breaking up of the 'San Josef', 1849
While a very interesting subject and well done, it was originally thought to be by Clarkson Stanfield who is not known to have been at Plymouth when the 'San Josef' was being broken up, nor is it convincingly his style or subject. It might be by Nicholas Condy or his son Nicholas Matthew, who were both local Plymouth marine specialists.
Original size: 218 mm x 322 mm
- Image reference: PW6066
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London