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'Inheritance' of London

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Large sailing ship, fully rigged, dark blue with gilt detailing and white sails. To the right there is a promontory of land with smaller vessels in the distance. Alexander Joiner was the Master of 'Inheritance' in 1881.

Nairn Museum





oil on canvas


H 62 x W 92 cm

Accession number

NARLI 20115

Acquisition method

gift from Miss Joiner

Work type


Inscription description

1. 'Ed. Adam 1881 Havre' 2. '"Inheritance" of London. Alexander Joiner Master/1881'


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