C1937

Waiting the ebb, Heemskerck, Batavia, 1642

Fine etching by the maritime historian and etcher of  Abel Tasman’s ship the Heemskerck, waiting for the ebb tide to change at Batavia on 14 August 1642 so it could sail on its historic voyage of discovery. Collections: National Gallery … Read Full Description

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S/N: PM-AA-INGL-593918–368283
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Full Title:

Waiting the ebb, Heemskerck, Batavia, 1642

Date:

C1937

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Etching signed at lower right and numbered 19 of 50 in ink.

Image Size: 

240mm 
x 190mm

Paper Size: 

392mm 
x 320mm
AUTHENTICITY
Waiting the ebb, Heemskerck, Batavia, 1642 - Vintage Print from 1937

Guaranteed Vintage Item
dated:

1937

Description:

Fine etching by the maritime historian and etcher of  Abel Tasman’s ship the Heemskerck, waiting for the ebb tide to change at Batavia on 14 August 1642 so it could sail on its historic voyage of discovery.

Collections:
National Gallery Australia: Bib ID 593918

Geoffrey Chapman Ingleton (1908 - 1998)

Ingleton was a maritime historian and eminent hydrographer who in his early life was an officer in the Royal Australian Navy. He reached the rank of Lieutenant-Commander. Ingleton's diverse interests were always centred on things maritime. He was a cartographer, author, artist, etcher, ship modeller, book collector and publisher. He acquired an enormous collection of books and periodicals, maps, photographs, ships' log books and nautical charts.

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