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Shipping on the Thames off Deptford, by William Anderson.

Shipping on the Thames off Deptford, by William Anderson.
Shipping on the Thames off Deptford.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: BHC1872
Description: A frigate is visible in the foreground, either drying its sails or preparing to come alongside in a light breeze. More ships can be seen alongside. To the right is Deptford, with a timber store in the foreground, together with a crane for hoisting the wood ashore. Two small boats are being rowed and to the left is a coastal craft under sail. Behind it, to the right, is Greenwich Hospital.
Creator: William Anderson
Date: c. 1820
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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