Collection: Pencil Drawings of Plymouth by Henry F Worsley

 Henry F Worsley fl. 1828 -1855

A landscape and figure painter who worked in Bath from 1833 to 1838, and was Secretary of the Bath Society of Arts. He also lived in London where he exhibited from 1828 to 1843, and between 1851 to 1855 he was Drawing Master at King's College in succession to M.E. Cotman. 

These incredibly detailed drawings highlight life and commerce in a mid 19th century port and depict detailed vessels, figures and buildings. An important historical and topographical of Plymouth and the surrounding area from the early Victorian era. Worsley provided many snapshots of life during his time as Drawing Master at King's College and before his emigration to New Zealand.

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  • Devonport in 1828
  • Figures at Haal
  • View from Stonehouse Point
  • The Breakwater from Under Mt. Edgecombe
  • St. Nicholas Island
  • St. Nicholas Island, Plymouth
  • Catwater from Oreston