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Located opposite Washington, DC at the head of navigation on the Potomac River, Alexandria was one of America’s principal ports from the early 18th century until developing railroads and steamships eventually caused the demise of merchant sail. The vessel in the middle distance is the General Harrison which 4 years later became an abandoned hulk in San Francisco during the Gold Rush. Its timbers still remain in place under the reclaimed downtown area.
Alexandria: The Ship "Fairfax" Leaving for Rio de Janeiro in 1845
by John Stobart

John Stobart - Alexandria: The Ship
This Piece has been Signed by John Stobart

  • Signed by the Artist
  • Paper Lithograph
  • Limited Edition
  • 750 S/N
  • 17 x 28
  • Price: $2000.00

Located opposite Washington, DC at the head of navigation on the Potomac River, Alexandria was one of America’s principal ports from the early 18th century until developing railroads and steamships eventually caused the demise of merchant sail. The vessel in the middle distance is the General Harrison which 4 years later became an abandoned hulk in San Francisco during the Gold Rush. Its timbers still remain in place under the reclaimed downtown area.

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