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Storm at Bridlington Quay, East Riding of Yorkshire, 10 February 1871

Photo credit: Sewerby Hall Museum and Art Gallery

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A beached sailing vessel in the foreground and many figures at the water's edge, North Pier on the right, and in the middle distance several sailing vessels in rough sea and a lifeboat. Relates to the 'Great Gale' of February 10th 1871. Allerston produced many variations on this scene, basically similar but with differing details e.g. the positioning of the lifeboats.

Sewerby Hall Museum and Art Gallery

Bridlington


Date

1888

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 29 x W 51.5 cm

Accession number

ERYMS : 1993.287

Acquisition method

gift from B. Scott, 1951

Work type

Painting


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Church Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire YO15 1EA England

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