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Seascape, mid 1930s
Framed (ref: 173)
Oil on board, 10 x 14 in. (25.4 x 35.6 cm.)
Provenance: the artist's estate; Judy Hines; Hilary Gerrish
Wilkinson was one of the outstanding marine artists of his generation. In 1915 he went to the Dardanelles as a paymaster in the Navy, and published a series of drawings relating to his trip. In 1917 he invented dazzle camouflage. In the Second World War he painted fifty-six pictures of naval actions, all now in the National Maritime Museum.