Entrance to the Zuyder Zee

After Clarkson Stanfield British
Printer Leighton Brothers British

Not on view

After a picture also titled "Oude Scheld - Texel Island, looking towards Nieuwe Diep and the Zuider Zee," a seascape with boats in rough water and a wooden tower and figures working. Exhibited in 1844, the painting was presented by Robert Vernon to the nation in 1847. Probably from "Gems of English Art of this Century: Twenty-Four Pictures from National Collections," printed in colors by Leighton Brothers, with Illustrative texts by Francis Turner Palgrave, George Routledge & Sons, London and New York, 1869.

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