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THE CUTTY SARK BEING TOWED DOWN THE THAMES PAST GREENWICH (DETAIL)

The Cutty Sark was built towards the end of the clipper era and is now the only complete example remaining to us. In the 1870's she worked the tea run and later the wool trade between Australia and England. At the turn of the century she was in Portuguese hands and, re-rigged as a barquentine, was renamed Ferreira. In 1922, thanks to the visi...

  • Id: cutty-sark_greenwich_1895-b1p-025-b2p-059
  • Name: THE CUTTY SARK BEING TOWED DOWN THE THAMES PAST GREENWICH (DETAIL)
  • Media: Oil on canvas
  • Size: 30"" x 20"" (76cm x 51cm)
  • Section: THE PORT OF LONDON
  • Book 1 Page: 25
  • Book 2 Page: 59