C1834

The Right Hon.ble Lord Yarborough's Yacht, the Falcon of 351 tons, off Cowes.

Artist:

William John Huggins (1781 - 1845)

Superb aquatint by one the best marine artists, showing the Falcon, the yacht Lord Yarborough (1781-1846) had built after he was elected commodore of the Royal Yacht Squadron in 1824. The Yacht Club, as the Squadron was first known, was … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

The Right Hon.ble Lord Yarborough’s Yacht, the Falcon of 351 tons, off Cowes.

Date:

C1834

Artist:

William John Huggins (1781 - 1845)

Engraver:

E.Duncan 

Condition:

Two minor tears at top margin not affecting image, otherwise in good condition.

Technique:

Image Size: 

450mm 
x 300mm
AUTHENTICITY
The Right Hon.ble Lord Yarborough's Yacht, the Falcon of 351 tons, off Cowes. - Antique Print from 1834

Genuine antique
dated:

1834

Description:

Superb aquatint by one the best marine artists, showing the Falcon, the yacht Lord Yarborough (1781-1846) had built after he was elected commodore of the Royal Yacht Squadron in 1824. The Yacht Club, as the Squadron was first known, was founded at the Thatched House Tavern in St James&#8217s, London, on the 1 June 1815. In 1826, the Club took to organising yacht racing as a principal feature of the annual regatta at Cowes.

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