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The wreck of the ''Gloucester'' off Yarmouth, 6 May 1682
This painting represents the wrecking of the 'Gloucester' while carrying the Duke of York to Leith. Through the negligence of the pilot, the ship foundered on the Lemon and Oar shoal off Yarmouth. The Duke escaped with several other notables, including John Churchill, afterwards Duke of Marlborough, but about 130 people perished in the incident.
- Image reference: BHC3369
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London