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Signed Ship Rigging Prints

1) Standing Rigging - signed print

1) Standing Rigging - signed print

£50.00
2) Running Rigging - signed print

2) Running Rigging - signed print

£50.00
3) Fore and Aft Sails - signed print

3) Fore and Aft Sails - signed print

£50.00
4) Square Sails and Driver - signed print

4) Square Sails and Driver - signed print

£50.00
23) HMS Surprise 1796 - signed print

23) HMS Surprise 1796 - signed print

£50.00
5) Mary Rose 1510 -1545 - signed print

5) Mary Rose 1510 -1545 - signed print

£50.00
6) Mary Rose Ship 1510 - 1545 - signed print

6) Mary Rose Ship 1510 - 1545 - signed print

£50.00
7) Cutty Sark 1869 - signed print

7) Cutty Sark 1869 - signed print

£50.00
8) Golden Hinde 1578 - signed print

8) Golden Hinde 1578 - signed print

£50.00
9) HMS Victory 1805 - signed print

9) HMS Victory 1805 - signed print

£50.00
10) HMS Bounty 1787 - signed print

10) HMS Bounty 1787 - signed print

£50.00
11) HMS Warrior 1860 - signed print

11) HMS Warrior 1860 - signed print

£50.00
12) HM Survey Ship Beagle 1831 - signed print

12) HM Survey Ship Beagle 1831 - signed print

£50.00
13) HM Bark Endeavour 1768 - signed print

13) HM Bark Endeavour 1768 - signed print

£50.00
14) Colonial Ship Mayflower 1620 - signed print

14) Colonial Ship Mayflower 1620 - signed print

£50.00
15) C18th Privateer Alice Carmel - signed print

15) C18th Privateer Alice Carmel - signed print

£50.00
16) SS Great Britain 1845 - signed print

16) SS Great Britain 1845 - signed print

£50.00
17) US Sloop Constellation 1855 - signed print

17) US Sloop Constellation 1855 - signed print

£50.00
18) US Frigate Constitution 1812 - signed print

18) US Frigate Constitution 1812 - signed print

£50.00
19) Pride of Baltimore 1812 - signed print

19) Pride of Baltimore 1812 - signed print

£50.00
* 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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