The 'Vanguard' disabled and in tow by the 'Alexander', 22 May 1798 by William Innes Pocock

The 'Vanguard' disabled and in tow by the 'Alexander', 22 May 1798

William Innes Pocock

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The 'Vanguard' disabled and in tow by the 'Alexander', 22 May 1798

This is either a rough study by Nicholas Pocock for PAF5876 or a copy from it. The style suggests that the latter is more likely and that the artist is probably Pocock's son and pupil, William Innes Pocock (1783 -1836). He joined the Navy from 1795 and became a lieutenant in 1811, but was also a good marine artist who both exhibited and had some work published.
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Original size: 242 mm x 342 mm

  • Image reference: PW5877

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