The highly decorative bow of a Hangchow Bay trader type junk moored with other junks at Shanghai
A close view, taken from very fine off the starboard bow, of the swim headed bow of an Hangchow Bay trader type junk berthed with other junks at Shanghai. There are three anchors at the bow and an highly decorative painting resembling a dragon head is prominent on the face of the bow. The horizon is not quite level. Negative number P34211 is also of this vessel. Waters Collection: HNC0410
Object number: P34209
Artist: David Watkin Waters
Dimensions: 406 mm x 290 mm
- Image reference: P34209
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Waters Collection
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