A War Junk | Chinese School | 19th Century
A 19th century portrait of a Chinese war junk dated about 1850. Throughout China's history, junks have been used as war ships. They usually have two or three sails and each mast is made of bamboo because of its strength. This junk is shown in full sail with a large number of figures on board. The warrior’s shields can be seen fixed to the side of the junk in between all the oars. Two lanterns are positioned at the stern with a small cannon in between and there are several guards visible. Small local craft can be seen near the ship, the one to the right is obviously a fishing vessel.
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12’’ x 8’’ Inches = 30.5 cm x 20.3 cm
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