The Evelyn Wood in Chinese waters near Hong Kong, painted oil on canvas c.1865. Period Chinese carved and gilded frame. The Evelyn Wood, named in honour of the famous Indian Mutiny Victoria Cross hero, later Field Marshall Sir Henry Evelyn Wood, was built at Sunderland in 1863, for Ritson & Co., and sailed regularly between Liverpool and the Dutch East Indies.
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