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The West India Docks, by Rowlandson and Pugin.

The West India Docks, by Rowlandson and Pugin.
The West India Docks, by Rowlandson and Pugin.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PU1364
Description: A detailed depiction of the West India Docks in 1810, by Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Charles Pugin. It shows George Gwyllt's imposing warehouses at the quayside with several West Indiamen moored alongside.
Creator: Thomas Rowlandson (artist & engraver) and Augustus Charles Pugin (artist and engraver)
Date: 1810
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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