- Country of Origin: United Kingdom
- Price Range: £2500-£5000
- Date: circa 1885.
- Size: w.34 in x h.26.75 in (27 in x 20 in)
A portrait of the smack Elizabeth Phylis, painted in gouache on card and within a period grain painted frame. English circa 1885.
A sailing drifter built for J.R. Bass of Gorleston by Henry Critten in 1885, wooden hulled and of 70 tons, in 1897 she became St. Andrew the Fisherman when owned by the Rev. Forbes Phillips as the North Sea Church Mission before being sold to Holland in 1901. Her last recorded sale being in August of 1942 to Sven Hjalmer Carlem of Reso.
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