- Thomas Girtin (1775-1802)
- The Marine Barracks at Stonehouse, Plymouth
- 1797 - 1798
- Medium and Support
- Graphite and watercolour on paper
- 16.5 × 27.9 cm, 6 ½ × 11 in
'Girtin' lower centre, by Thomas Girtin
- Object Type
- Studio Watercolour
Charles Sackville Bale (1791–1880); his posthumous sale, Christie's, 13 May 1881, lot 89 as 'Plymouth Harbour'; bought by 'Doulton', 39 gns; Sir Henry Doulton (1820–97); then by descent to Katherine Duneau Buckland (née Doulton); her widow, Virgoe Buckland; his posthumous sale, Graves, Son & Pilcher, 20 September 1949, lot 406; bought by 'Sabin', £88; ... Sotheby’s, 22 November 1979, lot 189, £400; Christie’s, 30 March 1993, lot 42, £3,450
Girtin and Loshak, 1954, p.167, p.209 as 'Untraced ... Plymouth Harbour'
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