Product images of The wreck of the East Indiaman 'Dutton' at Plymouth Sound, 26 January 1796
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The wreck of the East Indiaman 'Dutton' at Plymouth Sound, 26 January 1796
The painting interprets an event from the life of Admiral Sir Edward Pellew (1757-1833), 1st Viscount Exmouth. He lived in Devon and when Thomas Luny moved to Teignmouth in 1807, he commissioned him to create a series of paintings depicting incidents in Pellew's career. The 'Dutton' was built on the Thames in 1781 and chartered by the East India Company.
- Image reference: BHC3298
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London