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Gravelines, Entrance of the Port

c.1823

Print after Richard Parkes Bonington

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Title

Gravelines, Entrance of the Port

Date

c.1823

Artist

Description

Seascape with fishermen grouped around two sailing boats on a beach to left; houses in the distance; after a painting by Bonington (Noon 73), c.1823. Colour aquatint, printed in shade of blue and black, with additional hand-colouring.
Additional Makers: Publisher - Jean Fréderic Ostervald; Publisher - John Priestley; Print maker - Thomas Sutherland
Inscription: Lettered below image with title in English and French, publication line: "Publié à Paris par. J. F. d'Ostervald.", "London, Published by Priestly & Weale, No.5, High Street, Bloomsbury.", production detail: "Bonington pinxt.", "Sutherland sculpt."
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Location

Gravelines, France

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