Acc.no: PEZPH : 1991.665
Full Name: watercolour painting
Brief Description: This painting is the first in a series of three works, depicting the perils of fishing life. In this work, the fleet is watched by villagers as it heads off to the fishing grounds. The second painting is entitled 'Disaster' and is owned by Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery. The third, also owned by Penlee House Gallery and Museum, is entitled 'Among the Missing' and shows the devastated villagers as they learn of the loss of their loved ones.
Person: Langley, Walter, R.I.
Date: b1852, d1922
Production Date: 1886
Image Height: 610mm
Image Width: 1220mm
Frame Height: 926mm
Frame Width: 1530mm
Category: Fine Art
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Langley, Walter, R.I.
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