Photograph of the painting "On the Dogger Bank" by William Clarkson Stanfield, ca.1890-1910. At center, a sailing boat and its crew of three men are seen fighting against a storm at sea. One of the men leans over the stern of the boat with a long wooden pole in his hand. Two ropes can be seen extending from the end of the pole to the turbulent water below. Another man standing near the center of the boat can be seen pulling on ropes to raise the ship's sails. The wind blows the hair on the man's head to one side The ship has one main mast located near the stern, and three large sails connected by various ropes are visible. A basket is seen hanging from the ropes near the mast at center. The final man is seen near the bow of the boat wearing a darkly-colored jacket and brimmed hat. In the foreground, large waves tilt the body the boat.; Caption written on the back of the photoprint reads: "A dogger is a two masted vessel with a broad beam used in the cod and herring fisheries by the Dutch in the North Sea."