The following notation is on the back of the frame: 3. "A Windy Day; Lisbon Harbour". This is just a shipping scene of the Tagus from a point near Black Horse Square. The sailing boats in the foreground are Frigattas - a type of craft only used on the Tagus.
Edward Seago made his first visit to Portugal in 1953, which was a prelude to a series of pictures of the four-masted schooners anchored in the mouth of the Tagus river. In James W. Reid's book: Edward Seago: The Landscape Art, 1991, Seago is noted as writing "It is my love of sailing ships which draws me to Portugal in the early spring. In the yellow-grey waters of the Tagus there assembles a fleet of four-masted schooners...manned by weatherbeaten Portuguese fishermen...Where else in the world can you see, not one, but a couple of dozen such ships ready to put to sea?"