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S.S. LLANGORSE

LUZZO, Giovanni

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Date: 1921

Media: gouache on paper

Size: 469 x 667 mm

Acquired: 1986; Purchase

Accession Number: 86.13I/2

Starboard view of the S.S. LLANGORSE in rough sea. The SS Llangorse was a trunk-decked steamer built by Ropner and Sons of Stockton-on-Tees in 1904 for Evan Thomas, Radcliffe and Co. of.Cardiff. When built, she was named Clarissa Radcliffe after one of Henry Radcliffe’s daughters; she was re-named in 1917. Sold to Londonowners in 1924, she passed to Greek and Panamanian owners before being scrapped by Wards at Milford Haven in 1952.

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