Search Results - Seascape
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Watercolour painting by C N Hemy showing a seascape with large waves breaking off the rocks
Etching by Sir Frank Short. On the near shore a boat is lying with a tidemark post to the right of it; the further shore is a low wooded slope, receding into the distance to the left, where trees are reflected in the water and distant hills are faintly se
Watercolour painting by David Cox showing a seascape with ships and rainbow. Two figures stand on the waters edge to the right.
Watercolour painting by E M Paterson showing ships moored at Venice.
Watercolour painting by Sir Frank Short showing ships out at sea near Whitby. The sea is rough with lots of waves.
Watercolour painting by G C Stanfield showing a fleet of sailing barges which are heading out to sea.
Watercolour by William Clarkson Stanfield showing a wooden jetty with a wooden lighthouse at the end. A man works whilst two women stand watching the ship which is at sea.
Oil painting by J R Reid showing two boys sitting with toy boats by the shore line. A man works behind them with lobster pots and another man heads out to sea in his boat.
Oil painting by J R Reif showing fishermen selling their fish on the beach. Women wait to buy the fish. the boats can be seen at anchor behind the fishermen.
Watercolour painting by Henry Pope showing a rocky coastline.
Watercolour painting by Samuel Prout showing a Dutch Fishing Boat with the fisherman pulling a net out of the water.
Watercolour painting of Building Docks by Samuel Prout. Men can be seen moving crates to the end of the quay, where pullys are mounted to lift them into boats.
Oil painting by Thomas Webster showing The Battle of the First of June 1794. Ships sit on a rough sea surrounded by smoke as men attempt to row away in crowded boats.
Oil painting by Thomas Webster showing a two ships on a rough sea during a battle. A group of men huddle in a boat in the foreground.
Watercolour by C Napier Hemy of St Mary's Scilly. The town is in the distance beyond the rough sea.