Painting Of British Steamship S.S. Thornaby

Lannan Gallery


Gouache painting showing snowing the English built Cargo Steamer S.S. Thornaby. The ship was built by Ropner Shipbuilding at Stockton on Tees in 1889. She hit a mine and sank in 1916 by the German submarine UC-3. The ship has a grey hull with salmon paint below the waterline. A very crisp work of art. Condition: some vertical staining from panels. Circa 1894.

Overall Dimensions: 14"H x 21"L (onsight), 24"H x 30"L (overall)
Made: American
Date: Circa 1894

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