Brighton Chain Pier

Made:
1835-1845 in England
artist:
William A Earp

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Painting. [Brighton Chain Pier] / by William Earp, c.1840. Oil on canvas; 61x 91.5cm in frame 76.5x107x7cm. Signed br, W A EARP. Beachscape at sunset, with the chain pier and landing-stage. The pier, 1136 feet long, was constructed by Samuel Brown in 1823 and destroyed in a gale in December 1896.

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1976-553
Measurements:
frame: 765 mm x 1070 mm x 70 mm,
image: 610 mm x 915 mm
type:
oil painting
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • oil painting - visual work
status:
Permanent collection

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