London, South Kensington
1 March 2011
Philip John Ouless (St. Helier 1817-1885)
Markwell of Jersey. Thomas Le Dain, Master. 2nd May 1833. From Jersey to Chaleur, Long W47'10" Lat N40'32"
signed with monogram and dated 'PJO 1865' (lower right)
oil on canvas
20 5/8 x 33in. (52.4 x 83.8cm.)
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La Baie des Chaleurs, Le Dain's destination, is an inlet on the gulf of St Lawrence between the Gaspé peninsula and northern New Brunswick, called by the Indians "the sea of fish".
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