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Painting ID::  44726
The Royal yacht Peregrine arriving in the Thames estuary with King George i aboard in September 1714
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Monamy, Peter The Royal yacht Peregrine arriving in the Thames estuary with King George i aboard in September 1714 oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

Monamy, Peter
English Painter, 1681-1749 English painter. It seems likely that his family origins and name were French. The Painter-Stainers' Company records that he was apprenticed as a house painter to William Clarke from 1696, but by 1710 he had become a marine artist, filling the gap in the market left by the death of Willem van de Velde the younger in 1707. Most of his subsequent career was devoted to careful imitations of van de Velde's style (and, in some cases, of particular pictures), by which, according to Vertue, 'he distinguished himself and came into reputation'. He maintained his links with the Painter-Stainers, of which he had been made a freeman in 1703
The Royal yacht Peregrine arriving in the Thames estuary with King George i aboard in September 1714
mk175 39x60

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