C1850

Corisande

Artist:

Thomas Goldsworthy Dutton

Corisande a yawl and an America’s Cup challenger. The first official challenge for the newly named America’s Cup came in 1870, when England’s Royal Thames Yacht Club raced the ill-fated &quotCambria&quot against 18 American competitors. &quotCambria&quot lost her port shroud … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Corisande

Date:

C1850

Artist:

Thomas Goldsworthy Dutton

Condition:

Some matt burn at edge of image, otherwise in good condition.

Technique:

Lithograph printed in colour.

Image Size: 

290mm 
x 210mm

Frame Size: 

655mm 
x 570mm
AUTHENTICITY
Corisande - Antique Print from 1850

Genuine antique
dated:

1850

Description:

Corisande a yawl and an America’s Cup challenger. The first official challenge for the newly named America’s Cup came in 1870, when England’s Royal Thames Yacht Club raced the ill-fated &quotCambria&quot against 18 American competitors. &quotCambria&quot lost her port shroud and fore topmast-backstay when she was struck by another boat. She subsequently lost her fore topmast and finished well behind the winner, a centerboard schooner named &quotMagic.&quot

Biography:

 Thomas Goldsworthy Dutton

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