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The morning after Trafalgar
1863

Medium
oil on canvas
Measurements
64.6 × 106.4 cm
Inscription
inscribed (diagonally) in black paint l.r.: C Stanfield R A / 1863._
Accession Number
p.312.11-1
Department
International Painting
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Purchased, 1888
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Gallery location
Not on display
Provenance

Exhibited Royal Academy, London, 1863, no. 123; from where purchased by James Price Esq. (d. 1895), Barcombe, Paignton, Devonshire, England, 1863-1888; exhibited British Loan collection, Centennial International Exhibition, Melbourne, 1888–89, no. 55; purchased from James Price for the NGV, 1888.



Exhibited, Royal Academy, London, 1863, no. 123 as The situation of His Majesty’s Ship, “The Defence,” and her prize, “Il St. Ildefonso,” on the morning following the Battle of Trafalgar...; Exhibition of the Works of the Old Masters associated with a collection from the works of Charles Robert Leslie RA and Clarkson Stanfield RA, Royal Academy, London, 1870, no. 213 as The Day after Trafalgar, lent by James Price Esq.; Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887, no. 570, as The Morning after Trafalgar, lent by James Price Esq.; British Loan collection, Centennial International Exhibition, Melbourne, 1888–89., no. 55, lent by James Price.

Colourmen

Colourman
WINSOR & NEWTON
Location
Reverse of canvas, also impressed stamp on stretcher cross brace reads WINSOR & NEWTON/LONDON/38 RATHBONE PLACE
Transcription
PREPARED BY/WINSOR & NEWTON./38 RATHBONE PLACE. LONDON
Medium
Ink stencil and impressed stamp
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