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Product details The wreck of the East Indiaman 'Dutton' at Plymouth Sound, 26 January 1796
The wreck of the East Indiaman 'Dutton' at Plymouth Sound, 26 January 1796
The painting interprets an event from the life of Admiral Sir Edward Pellew (1757-1833), 1st Viscount Exmouth. He lived in Devon and when Thomas Luny moved to Teignmouth in 1807, he commissioned him to create a series of paintings depicting incidents in Pellew's career. The 'Dutton' was built on the Thames in 1781 and chartered by the East India Company.
- Image ref: BHC3298
- National Maritime Museum