(1730) The Malacca Queen Entered the Harbor of Brest

The Malacca Queen Entered the Harbor of Brest
FES Title: Only two days late the Malacca Queen – entered the harbor of Brest / Malacca Queen – going into Brest.
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Date: 08/13/1929
Size: 22″H x 36″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Kempton, Kenneth Payson. “Breath of the Sea.” The American Girl, October 1929: 9.
caption: The “Malacca Queen” entered the roadstead of Brest, a sight to make the inhabitants of that ancient, terraced town rub their eyes in wonder
Inscription: lr: F.E. Schoonover / ’29
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Commentary: This canvas was destroyed by Schoonover in October 1939. (diaries)
Provenance: Destroyed

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