Frank Brangwyn (Anglo/Welsh, 1867-1956) "Seascape", 1913
This is the basic 18th century sailor get-up, very informal and features the wide-leg pants and neckerchief.
Philippe Lodowyck Jacob Sadee, The Farewell
"A Thames Wharf" by Samuel Scott (1757) at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "London began in ancient times as a small settlement next to a crossing point of the Thames, and until the mid-19th century the river was still the main route through which all the trading wealth flowed into the City. The docks were literally the gateway to the world, filled with a huge mass of shipping."
Sailors & Seamen
Henry Scott Tuke - All Hands To The Pump,1888
Men aboard a ship. Often times, sailors wouldn't see their families for months at a time out on the high seas