Barraud, William Francis 1850-1926 :R. M. S. as he appeared paying tribute to H. I. H. the "Bey" of Biscay. Spearing boneta in the bows. 
Reference Number: E-310-q-004
A man identified with the initials R. M. S. being seasick over the ship's railings, presumably in the Bay of Biscay. There is a second sketch showing a man roped into the bowsprit of a ship, holding a trident on a long rope, ready to spear bonito (fish) in the sea below.
Barraud, William Francis 1850-1926 :New Zealand sketches in black and white. 1884., Reference Number E-310-q (3 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink and wash in bound album, page size 173 x 252 mm. Single art work
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
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