Emigration Plymouth S Australia

Plymouth Emigration Depot, a migrant’s Harvest Moon, Plymouth

Emigration from Plymouth’s depot by the  Cattewater.

This marine painting measures 76 x 121 cm (30″ x 48″), oils, £15,000, see Purchase Page or Contact

This marine painting is ex studio, ex frame.

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Harvest Moon 27.09.2018
The theme of this painting is emigration, a harvest Moon over a famous ship, the clipper ‘Samuel Plimsoll’, on one of the most historic pieces of water in Britain, The Plymouth Cattewater.
Plymouthians can be proud, not so long ago Plymouth played a central role ‘exporting’ migrants, a lost history.
A significant lost history of Plymouth now documented by this painting.
In the wake of the famous ‘Mayflower’ voyage, tens of thousands of migrants passed through Plymouth particularly during the 18 th and 19 th century.
Plymouth Cattewater
At Plymouth Cattewater
Emigration: Not so long ago Plymouth played a central role as the best migrant depot in Britain .

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The clipper Samuel Plimsol [detail] 27.09.2018
The clipper “Samuel Plimsoll” was noted for her record runs.

 

Harvest Moon [detail] 27.09.2018
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Enjoyed the above? Don’t miss further reading  it reads like a short sea novel!

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Credit where it is due: My particular thanks to Bob Brennan for tireless research and encouragement, to David Folley for the use of his facilities, Captain Tim Charlesworth of / and the Cattewater Harbour Commissioners, Ian Criddle of Plymouth Naval Reference Library, Nigel Overton Heritage Officer of Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Alan Collie in New Zealand who provided information unknown in Plymouth from the 1884 WESTERN FIGARO newspaper including drawings, David Meale who’s ancestor Richard James Stead who emigrated in the Samuel Plimsoll and kept a diary which includes a drama, a collision at sea during the voyage; and by no means least, to the Australian National Maritime Museum at Darling Harbour in Sydney.

All helped enormously and willingly, giving authority to this magnificent painting “Emigration, Plymouth Cattewater“.

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