Best Photos of the Week Part 2 (47 Photos) - Suburban Men
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Image gallery: The Life of the Virgin
The flight into Egypt by boat; the Holy family on a boat: the Virgin, seated, suckling the infant Christ and St Joseph to left; various fish in the sea and cherubs in the sky. Engraving Heironymus Weirix Top left angels providing motive, ordinant, and spiritual power to sails both literal and metaphorical.
'Sheer-Hulk in Portsmouth Harbour', 1829., Cooke, Edward William
'Sheer-Hulk in Portsmouth Harbour', 1829. - tion Etching after his own drawing by Edward William Cooke (1811-1880), of a sheer-hulk or shear-hulk. This was the hull of an old ship fitted with shears for lifting cargo. Illustration from Cooke's 'Fifty plates of shipping and craft' published in London in 1829. Artist Cooke, Edward William
Launch of the Nelson at Woolwich, July 4th 1814
Launch of the Nelson at Woolwich, July 4th 1814 - National Maritime Museum. int Date made 1 Oct 1814 Artist/Maker Clennell, Luke Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London Materials etching Parts Launch of the Nelson at Woolwich, July 4th 1814 (PAD6096)
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SCOTCH SMACKS Drawn and Etched by E W Cooke Published London 1829 in Cooke s Sixty Five Plates of Shipping and Craft A fine antique print of three