oil on canvas (lined), circa 1900, unsigned, inscribed "Lyndhurt" at lower center, presented in a later appropriate frame.
SS 17 x 22.75 in.; DOA 24.5 x 30 in.
The "Lyndhurst" was a four-masted steel barque built in 1886 and sold to the Anglo-American Oil Company in 1899. On August 21, 1911, she suffered a large explosion and was sunk by gunfire near Mossel Bay in South Africa three days later.
Quester Gallery, Stonington, CT (accompanied by the original receipt dated July 7, 1992)
From the Collection of Dr. & Mrs. Trumbull, Hillsborough, NC
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