FISHERMAN'S HOSPITAL, GREAT YARMOUTH

Signed, titled & dated l.l. May 1st 1865

Watercolour with pencil outlines

18 x 25 cm

 

Provenance:

Thomas Agnew & Sons, London

 

 

This Fisherman's Hospital was built in 1702 by The Corporation of Great Yarmouth. It was an almshouse for 'decayed fisherman', providing a home for 20 poor fishermen and their wives. To stay there they had to be over 60 and no longer able to provide for themselves.

WILLIAM CALLOW, R.W.S. (1812-1908)

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