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A Fine And Highly Desirable 1824 Aquatint Of New York City And Harbor As Seen From Brooklyn. Based On A Drawing Composed By The Swedish Naval Officer Baron Axel Leonhard Klinkowström On His 1818 – 1820 Tour Of The United States. Klinkowström Was Sent To New York To Assess The Strategic Value Of The Newly Invented Steam Ship For The Use By The Swedish Navy. Accordingly This Stunning View Shows An Assortment Of Sail And Steam Ships Plying The New York Harbor. Stokes Notes That This “view Is Interesting Particularly As Showing The Types Of Steam Ferries And Sail-boats In Use At This Period.” No Description Of This Print Greeting Card featuring the photograph 1824 Klinkowstrom View Of New York City From Brooklyn by Paul Fearn

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1824 Klinkowstrom View Of New York City From Brooklyn Greeting Card




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A fine and highly desirable 1824 aquatint of New York City and harbor as seen from Brooklyn. Based on a drawing composed by the Swedish naval officer Baron Axel Leonhard Klinkowström on his 1818 – 1820 tour of the United States. Klinkowström was sent to New York to assess the strategic value of the newly invented steam ship for the use by the Swedish Navy. Accordingly this stunning view shows an assortment of sail and steam ships plying the New York Harbor. Stokes notes that this “view is interesting particularly as showing the types of steam ferries and sail-boats in use at this period.” No description of this print, however, is more compelling than the author’s own: The harbor is full of small sailing vessels, yachts, and schooners which come from all America’s ports to this mid-point of all movement. Usually these ships are well-painted and are built in a light and handsome style. The steamboats which come and go like stagecoaches add great activity to this picture. Behi...

About Paul Fearn

Paul Fearn

My passion is Photography and Aviation or is that Aviation and Photography ! I hope you enjoy my photographs.

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