Maritime Fine Art  - Original Paintings of Classic Sailing Yachts and Those Who Sail Them

St Anthony's Lighthouse seen from the water

St. Anthony's Light at the east entrance to
Carrick Rodes - Painting based on a photograph
by Nigel Pert

 

24 x 30 Oil on canvas

April 2016

New 24 x 18 Oil on Panel

"Dear Prudence"

 

Painted from a recent trip to Kittery, Maine.

Prudence may be found at the Pepperel Cove
Marina in Kittery Point

"Postmaster General 03904"

 

18 x 14 Oil

From a recent trip to New England

 

Painted on Sunday 16 October
during our first winter storm

A crew portrait of the bowman aboard Eleonora

Three degrees of separation

 

24  x 30 Oil on Canvas

 

A Crew Portrait

 

March 2106

See this painting at the International Maritime Art Exhibition

at Mystic Seaport - America's Museum of the Sea


Opening October 1st

New born Spinner Dolphon escorts a USCG Fast 45 off Honolulu in morning light.

His First Escort

 

24 x 30 Oil on Panel


Permanent Collection of the
United States Coast Guard
2016

 

Spinner Dolphin newborn and his Aunts
escourt a fast 45 out of Honolulu

See this painting at Federal Hall National Memorial presented

with small number of selected works from the permanent
 USCG collection

"Boston Globe Reporting"

36 x 48 Oil on Canvas

 

Charlie Barr aboard Columbia leads
Shamrock I on October 12 , 1899

during the America's Cup.

 

Moran Tug Alfred W Booth hosts

reporters from the paper.
Guglierno Marconi aboard S.S. Ponce
(background) updates the race by the
the world's first ship to shore radio

 

Click to enlarge

Completed  (7th of August) in the studio...
"Boston Globe Reporting"  36 x 48 Masterwork of the 1899 America's Cup

 

New paintings found in Kittery - Sailboat Prudence and York River Landscapes


In Process
NEW WESTERN ART
"Home Guard" 18 x 36 Oil Early Columbia River Encampment

24 x 30 Oil "Cowboy Bob" A branding crew portrait
24 x 30  Oil "Buffalo Soldiers" on the Missouri River
24 x 48 Oil "Big Smoke" Black Foot scouts and distant prairie fire

 

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