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Cammilieri, Nicolas ( French [working 1798-1820] )
 
* 0097 Ship ALFRED of Salem Leaving Marseilles

Watercolor 16 1/2 x 23 in., signed: Nicolas Cammillieri, 1806.
Built 1805, Salem, Mass., 260 tons. Outbound, Marseilles in background.

 
Clausen, C. ( Danish )
 
* 0136 Bark ELLEN of Boston Passing Elsinore Castle

Watercolor 17 1/2 x 26 1/2 in. signed: C. Clausen, Elsinore, 1846.
Built 1843, Medford, Mass, 373 tons.

 
Cornè, Michele Felice ( American [ca. 1752-1845] )
 
* 0161 Ship Mount Vernon of Salem Outrunning a French Fleet

Gouache, 16 x 21 3/4 in., signed: M.C.P.
Built Salem, 355 tons, commanded by Elias Derby.

 
* 0173 Salem Harbor

Oil 15 1/2 x 41 3/4 in., 1803.
This originally served as a sign over the door of the first East India Marine Hall. The ship, possibly the MOUNT VERNON, is shown with Salem Neck and Fort Pickering at the left rear.

 
* 0186 "Cap. Cook Cast A Way on Cape Cod"

Gouache on paper 13 1/2 x 15 1/2 in., attributed to M.F. Cornè, 1802
The ULYSSES built 1794, Amesbury, Mass., 163 tons.

 
* 0189 Brig NANCY ANN of Salem Leaving Naples

Watercolor 15 x 19 in., attributed to M.F. Cornè.
Built 1809, Salisbury, Mass., 173 tons.


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