Caught by the Tide

Formerly believed to be by Géricault, this work is now considered to be by an imitator of Couture. It may have been inspired by Couture's 'Marie Protectrice dans le Danger (Les Naufragés)' in the Chapel of the Virgin in St-Eustace, Paris, which was probably painted between 1851 and 1854.

Key facts

Artist
Artist dates
1815 - 1879
Full title
Caught by the Tide
Date made
1860-90
Medium and support
Oil on canvas
Dimensions
64.1 x 80.6 cm
Acquisition credit
Bought by the Tate Gallery, 1932; transferred 1956
Inventory number
NG4613
Location in Gallery