- Hodgkins, William Mathew, 1833-1898
- Portrait of the ship `Victory', the Sydney Trader, lying on the beach at Wickliffe Bay where it had been shipwrecked. Above the image is an excerpt from a Journal dated July 1862 - `H W Robinson and self having made up our minds to see the place where the `Victory' Sydney Trader was lying determined to visit Wickliffe Bay the scene of the wreck..... Other Titles - Victory Sydney trader aground at Wickliffe Bay, July 1862 Quantity: 1 watercolour(s). Physical Description: Ink and watercolour 80 x 190 mm
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- 1 watercolour(s), Works of art, Watercolours, Marines (Visual works), Ink and watercolour 80 x 190 mm
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