Original charcoal drawing of the wrecked Admiral Van Tromp, looking towards Saltwick Nab near Whitby. Nobody knows why she ran aground in 1976, but her position on the rocks means walkers can visit at low tide, to see the remains of the engine and hull. I loved the sky that day, it really shows how small and vulnerable the craft was against the elements - you can almost feel the wind starting to pick up...
Seascape worked in charcoal pencil on watercolour paper.
Framed in oak with hanging fixtures and acrylic glazing so it's safe to ship. Drawing size 8" x 8", frame size 10" x 10"
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