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Shipping Approaching The Harbour Mouth In A Rough Sea :: John Jock Wilson

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John Jock Wilson (1774-1855) Shipping Approaching The Harbour Mouth In A Rough Sea

Oil on canvas 84.5 x 63 cm ( 33,3 x 24,8 inch )

Private art collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51





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Diana   User Rating: 1973  November 12, 2020


"Nest" of the most prestigious liners in the world-of course, Florida. It is from there that the most luxurious passenger ships of our time leave with the regularity of river trams for trips that are scheduled literally by the minute. The ice rink? Please! Multi-tiered hall, not inferior to La Skala-go to the stern. A wedding chapel? How can you go sailing without it Stewards in white gloves, Parking in the most" hyped " Hollywood movies places-the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Mexican resorts. It's nice [Expand]

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