Height 18 ½” x Width 16”
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An original Photographic print of the Bermudian yacht Clodagh on Starboard tack in the Solent.
The image is signed Beken and son Cowes. CLODAGHH COWES 1952 no 3223.
William Umpleby Kirk (1843 – 1928) was a pioneer photographer of the late Victorian period. … In 1881 Kirk moved his family and his business to Cowes, Isle of Wight. Cowes at that time was the international centre of yachting, the sport of royalty, the rich and the privileged.
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An original Photographic print of the Bermudian yacht Clodagh on Starboard tack in the Solent