Product images of The 'Iquique'
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A portrait of the three-masted 'Iquique', starboard quarter-view. The ship has been carefully observed and Everett concentrates on the shapes of the sails. The ship appears to be emm xaggerated in scale and the three masts dominate the skyline. The sea is painted as a rhythmic pattern with a wave breaking on the left showing the curved pattern of the crests of the waves as they break. The wake forms a honeycomb effect and the waves are carefully outlined with blue. The sky is flatly painted and the ship appears against a golden sky. Made after his return from the voyage.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC2464
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London