Thu, 17th Jul 2008 12:00

Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments & Art (Phoenix)

 
  Lot 14
 

14

Attributed to John George Nash...

Attributed to John George Nash (1824-1905)
Saved! Shipwrecked survivors are rowed to safety by the crew of a passenger liner with passengers cheering from the stern
Signed 'J Nash' (lower right)
Watercolour heightened with white
25 x 40in. (63.5 x 101.5cm.) Framed and glazed.

The liner depicted closely resembles the P.&O. liner Arcadia (1888-1915), although it has not been possible to ascertain whether she was involved in a similar incident.

Sold for £1,860
Estimated at £1,800 - £2,500

(inc. buyer's premium of 24%)


 
Attributed to John George Nash (1824-1905)
Saved! Shipwrecked survivors are rowed to safety by the crew of a passenger liner with passengers cheering from the stern
Signed 'J Nash' (lower right)
Watercolour heightened with white
25 x 40in. (63.5 x 101.5cm.) Framed and glazed.

The liner depicted closely resembles the P.&O. liner Arcadia (1888-1915), although it has not been possible to ascertain whether she was involved in a similar incident.