Klaus-Martin Rautenberg

Klaus-Martin Rautenberg

Klaus-Martin Rautenberg
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Detail from Mr. Beard and Miss Brent in Thomas and Sally," J. June after Louis Philippe Boitard, c.1765, Victoria and Albert Museum

Detail from Mr. Beard and Miss Brent in Thomas and Sally," J. June after Louis Philippe Boitard, c.1765, Victoria and Albert Museum

Detail, "The Sailor's Return" by Francis Wheatley, 1786. British Tars, 1740-1790. National Maritime Museum.

Detail, "The Sailor's Return" by Francis Wheatley, 1786. British Tars, 1740-1790. National Maritime Museum.

Another sailor detail from The Wapping Landlady 1743

Another sailor detail from The Wapping Landlady 1743

From the series "Peregine Pickles" dated 1781.  "Tom Pipes Leads Children in an Attack on a Gardener". British Museum.

From the series "Peregine Pickles" dated 1781. "Tom Pipes Leads Children in an Attack on a Gardener". British Museum.

Interior view of the Marine Society's office over the Royal Exchange, City of London, 1758 (detail). Artist: Anon

Interior view of the Marine Society's office over the Royal Exchange, City of London, 1758 (detail). Artist: Anon

Weste, ca.1810 Die Herrenweste aus grün-violett changierter Seide mit gelb-roten, grünen und weißen eingewebten Bortenstreifen hat eine zweireihige Form mit hohem Kragen, Umschlägen und flachen Taschen. Die sechs flachen Knöpfe sind mit Stoff überzogen. Die Weste ist mit weißem Barchent gefüttert. Die aus grünem Leinenstoff gearbeitete Rückenpartie wurde in der Mitte mit einem dunklen Leinenstreifen nachträglich erweitert.

Weste, Die Herrenweste aus grün-violett changierter Seide mit…

In 1750, Captain James Lowry commanded the "Molly" merchantman on a voyage from London to Jamaica and back. His crew quickly grew to despise their master as he berated and beat them. On the return, a formerly sick tar Kenith Hossack tripped on the Quarterdeck, drawing the ire of the fickle and violent captain. Lowry ordered him to be tied up, and beat him at least half an hour. Several sailors later testified that they had never witnessed so brutal a beating, and it led to the death of…

In 1750, Captain James Lowry commanded the "Molly" merchantman on a voyage from London to Jamaica and back. His crew quickly grew to despise their master as he berated and beat them. On the return, a formerly sick tar Kenith Hossack tripped on the Quarterdeck, drawing the ire of the fickle and violent captain. Lowry ordered him to be tied up, and beat him at least half an hour. Several sailors later testified that they had never witnessed so brutal a beating, and it led to the death of…