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H. Cassinelli (1849-1866 fl.)
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H. Cassinelli was an obscure French artist working in Le Havre during the mid-nineteenth century. From the few accounts in which he is mentioned he is known to have been primarily a watercolorist. He was also accomplished at creating graphite and charcoal drawings. His known works show a familiarity with ship technology and an above average understanding of marine atmosphere and weather. This presents the strong possibility of his having been a seaman, gaining his maritime knowledge through first hand experience. 


Drawings of the Clipper Asa Eldridge (a pair)
 
 
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