Maritime Fine Art  - Original Paintings of Classic Sailing Yachts and Those Who Sail Them
Member of the Copley Society of Art in Boston

New December Release....Mariette of 1915 and Mariquita
on the Solent - a crew portrait

Welcome to Kennebunkport 8 x 20 O/C

See at Mast Cove Gallery

 

Bye Bye Birdie 12 x 20 O/C

See at Mast Cove Gallery in Kennebunkport

Self Portrait 18 x 24 O/C

On the Solent - Cowes - Isle of Wright

"Postmaster General 04043"

24 x 18 Oil

See the "Postmaster" at the
Mast Cove Gallery in
Kennebunkport Maine

SOLD

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

"America's Uncle Joe"

30 x 24 Oil on Panel
Just to say thank you

St Anthony's Lighthouse seen from the water
A crew portrait of the bowman aboard Eleonora

Three degrees of separation

 

24  x 30 Oil on Canvas

 

A Crew Portrait

 

March 2106

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

 

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