Artist's description:

Another monochrome of Thanet's rich history. This is the secret port of Richborough at Sandwich in Kent. Built in WW1 and used in both wars as a munitions and supply port for troops on continent. It is known that the Romans invaded here and built Richborough Fort a short distance away the sea level being much higher then.

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Bockingford watercolour paper warm sepia watercolour paint

Richborough Port (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Philip Baker from United Kingdom

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Philip Baker

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