Unbekannter Schiffsportraitist - Bremer Bark "MATADOR"
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oil painting by an unknown ship portraitist
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- Item number
- unknown ship portraitist
- Bremen, 19th century
- Bremer Bark "MATADOR" vor einer Küste (bark "MATADOR" from Bremen in front of a coast)
- 19th century
- oil on canvas
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- Berliner Leiste (Berlin moulding)
- Special features
- The bark MATADOR was the biggest wooden sail ship ever built in Brake and was handed over to the shipping company Gildemeister & Ries, Bremen on 6th July 1884. She was sold to C. Klingenberg, Bremen in 1898. In 1914 she was interned in New York and confiscated in 1917. Sailing flying the American flag she sank in 1920 after a grounding in the Manning Strait (Solomon Islands).
- Note regarding value-added tax
- Works of art/special regulation: no indication of value-added tax because of differential taxation according to §25a, UstG (German Value Added Tax Act).