Emigration Plymouth, between 1815 and 1914, over 430,000 people left via Plymouth as emigrants, most of them via this Wharf.
Maritime Plymouth paintings, , between 1815 and 1914, over 430,000 people left as emigrants, most of them via this Wharf.
This painting was one of my 35 chosen for exhibition at the European Parliament, Brussels.
Some paintings will always have a value, this is one of them.
The famous clipper, ‘Samuel Plimsol‘ is preparing to make sail from Plymouth, Devon, England, outward bound for South Australia.
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Emigration Plymouth, some background.
Emigration, Plymouth is meticulously researched and set in the year 1881.
One does not have to be an art critic to instinctively feel the artist has a poetic and complete understanding of the nucleus of the moment.
How very many famous voyages began there, how many lives were reborn at the time when Plymouth had the best organised emigration depot in Britain?
‘Emigration Plymouth’ and the painting’s story tells us an inspirational history relevant to our world today .
You can discover this surprising story by following this the link below to further reading.
The citizens of Plymouth
There is a long and honourable history of assisting migrants on passage so during the 1840’s the depot buildings were developed into by far the best migrant depot in the kingdom.
This in turn lead me to decide to reconstruct the old depot much as it would have looked in it’s heydays.
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