Pair of Late 19th Century Seascapes titled “Rough Seas” Attributed to William Broome


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A pair of late 19th Century, oils on board, seascapes, titled “Rough Seas” attributed to William Broome. Continuity between the two paintings is carried through by depicting the same French sailboat in rough waters with big waves. One painting shows the French sailboat accompanied by an early steamer, leaving a harbor. The other painting shows the French sailboat with two schooners, farther away from the harbor. One schooner displays a Danish flag.

Each weighs approximately 10 lbs.

Each oil on board with the frame: H= 19.5 in. W= 25.5 in. D= 3 in.
Each oil on board without the frame: H= 11.5 in. W: 17.5 in.

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions L 3 x W 25.5 x H 19.5 in
Style / Period


Year / Century

Late 19th Century

Place of Origin



Wood / Paint / Gold leaf

Additional Dimensions

Board without the frame:
W: 17.5 in.
H: 11.5 in.


No restoration has been done to the paintings as they have no damages. There is just some slight cracking on the surface of the oil paint in both paintings, but no visible tears or breaks.

There are minor scratches, some small chips and separation in the wooden frame due to the antiqueness. The gold paint on the wooden frame has obtained a rich patina.

Overall, the paintings are in good condition. We will be happy to provide more closeup images upon request.

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