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A Seaport
Charles-François de Lacroix

The coat of arms on the wall at the right may stand for Marseilles or Toulon. The scenery may be based on that of Toulon. The picture has been ascribed to Charles-François de Lacroix, an artist who closely imitated Claude-Joseph Vernet.

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Artist Charles-François de Lacroix
Artist dates about 1730 - after 1792
Full title A Seaport
Date made about 1760
Medium and support Oil on canvas
Dimensions 97.2 x 134 cm
Acquisition credit Presented by Isabel Tarratt, in memory and in accordance with the wishes of her mother, Mrs Caroline Tarratt, 1894
Inventory number NG1393
Location in Gallery Not on display
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