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Most of the artist's extant paintings date from the last six years of his career and are principally marine subject matter. His reputation as a marine artist was well established by 1755, and his stylistic range shows the influences of Simon de Vlieger and Willem van de Velde II, although his approach was mostly individualistic. His careful attention to detail demonstrates an informed knowledge of maritime practice and naval architecture.
oil on canvas
37 x 59.5 cm
National Maritime Museum
Romney Road, Greenwich, London, Greater London SE10 9NF EnglandView venue
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