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Thames wherries, Richmond, by EW Cooke.

Thames wherries, Richmond, by EW Cooke.
Thames wherries, Richmond, by EW Cooke.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PZ5967
Description: The marine painter Edward William Cooke took an interest in local Thames river craft. He made a number of preparatory sketches of these watermen’s boats at Richmond, also in the National Maritime Museum’s collection, and published the finished work in his 'Sixty Five Plates of Shipping and Craft'.
Creator: Edward William Cooke (artist & engraver)
Date: 1829
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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