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Ships - Artist Signed Numbered Prints

1796 HMS Surprise pen ink study

1796 HMS Surprise pen ink study

£185.00
1805 HMS Victory pen ink study

1805 HMS Victory pen ink study

£185.00
1805 HMS Agamemnon pen ink study

1805 HMS Agamemnon pen ink study

£185.00
1805 HMS Pickle pen ink study

1805 HMS Pickle pen ink study

£185.00
1768 HM Bark Endeavour pen ink study

1768 HM Bark Endeavour pen ink study

£185.00
1768 Continental Schooner Halifax pen ink study

1768 Continental Schooner Halifax pen ink study

£185.00
1775 Continental Sloop Providence pen ink study

1775 Continental Sloop Providence pen ink study

£185.00
1775 Continental Schooner Hannah pen ink study

1775 Continental Schooner Hannah pen ink study

£185.00
1776 Continental Frigate Hancock pen ink study

1776 Continental Frigate Hancock pen ink study

£185.00
1777 HM Cutter Rattlesnake pen ink study

1777 HM Cutter Rattlesnake pen ink study

£185.00
1794 HMS Seahorse pen ink study

1794 HMS Seahorse pen ink study

£185.00
1869 CS Cutty Sark pen ink study

1869 CS Cutty Sark pen ink study

£185.00
1787 HM Armed Transport Bounty pen ink study

1787 HM Armed Transport Bounty pen ink study

£185.00
1831 HM Survey Ship Beagle pen ink study

1831 HM Survey Ship Beagle pen ink study

£185.00
1814 Baltimore Schooner Midas pen ink study

1814 Baltimore Schooner Midas pen ink study

£185.00
1841 Charles W Morgan pen ink study

1841 Charles W Morgan pen ink study

£185.00
1620 Mayflower pen ink study

1620 Mayflower pen ink study

£185.00
1872 Mary Celeste pen ink study

1872 Mary Celeste pen ink study

£185.00
1812 US Frigate Constitution pen ink study

1812 US Frigate Constitution pen ink study

£185.00
1845 Barque Dunbrody pen ink study

1845 Barque Dunbrody pen ink study

£185.00
* artist's note

This series of pen and ink sketches were started in the late 1980's after numerous visits to dockyards, museum ships, art galleries, sailing on old replicas,
tallship races, regattas, many many museums, crewing on square riggers, dockyard models and even graceful ships in bottles.
They act as my visual shorthand notes, hints and general remarks about the standard rig and look of a vessel
and are used in preparation for my oil paintings and therefore not to be treated as exact dockyard plans or 'as built'.

I have been very lucky in meeting with, drinking with and learning from those who knowledge is far wider and deeper than mine,
from authors, historians, ship builders, riggers, sailors, model makers, museum directors, curators, many Captains, Admirals and the odd First Lord's of the Sea.
Thanks to them for their time, humour and exhaustive patience...to one and all i owe a huge debt of gratitude.  

my go-to standard references are always
original sources, Admiralty plans, and my knackered copies of David Steel, James Lees, Lever, Biddlecombe, RC Anderson and Underhill
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