Out of stock

F.W.B - A Pair of 1884 Watercolours, Studies from The Marlborough

Item Sold


A pair on interesting watercolours depicting The Marlborough. Depicting two figures mending flags and the poop deck of the ship. Both are inscribed and dated the 26th and 29th August 1884.

The Marlborough was an iron-built two-decked merchant sailing ship which disappeared in 1890. She was built by the firm of Robert Duncan and Co., Port Glasgow and launched in 1876. In 1884 a Captain Herd took over command and was aboard her at the time of her voyage from Lyttleton to London in 1890, when she disappeared without trace.

Monogrammed and Dated. On watercolour paper.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and minor foxing.


16.2 x 24.1cm (6.4" x 9.5")
Sheet: 18.7 x 25.6cm (7.4" x 10.1")

More Information
Code pq950
Artist F.W.B
Date 1884
Dimensions 16.2 x 24.1cm
Framed No
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Nautical
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:F.W.B - A Pair of 1884 Watercolours, Studies from The Marlborough

Delivery prices for this item are as follows


Remember - we combine shipping costs for multiple purchases automatically so go through to checkout for the final price.

Need to Know

All of our items come with a Certificate of Authenticity

Read more Certificate of Authenticity
Empty | Add All to Cart
 My Wishlist (0)