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    Artist: Thomas Hoyne












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    Awesome Mr. Sibley !

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    Getting the gallery going for the summer. It's on a pier in a fishing village. Mostly watercolors of local scenes.



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    Blessing of the Tuna Fleet at Groix - Paul Signac

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    Winslow Homer , Three Boys in Dory with Lobster Pots , 1875



    Winslow Homer , Fisher Folk in Dory , 1882

    Not really a dory is it ?



    William Partridge Burpee, Swampscott Dory, 1891



    Michael Vaughan , Sunlight through the Rigging , 1938


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    Edward John Gregory , Boulters lock sunday afternoon. 1897-1898


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    More Homer.









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    Winslow Homer - Bear and Canoe

    there's a story behind that painting

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    This Sargent I really like. The detail in the background architecture is highly detailed while the foreground boats just sort of drizzle down the page. Pretty bold.

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    Atlantic Storm - singer sargent

    vs.

    Siesta on a Boat - Singer Sargent

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    The Irish painter John Skelton did quite a few pieces on local fishermen and their currachs.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Coose View Post
    This Sargent I really like. The detail in the background architecture is highly detailed while the foreground boats just sort of drizzle down the page. Pretty bold.

    Yes , Sargent was a real master , in so many ways.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip-skiff View Post
    The Irish painter John Skelton did quite a few pieces on local fishermen and their currachs.
    Like !

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    Sargent again .


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    Paul Klee


    The one I posted prior to this one, similar was Picasso
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    Gilkerson, Sloop Providence pursued by HM frigate Soleby.

    The action depicts Jones' dramatic escape from a Royal Navy frigate on September 1, 1776.

    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    "The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails."
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    Paul, I was fortunate enough to do some work for Bill Gilkerson, and we agreed that in lieu of dirty money, he would pay me in part with artist's proof prints of his work, including Sloop Providence pursued by HM frigate Soleby. It is quite large, gorgeous, and awaiting framing before finding an honoured spot on my living room wall. I also have this one from his American Whaling series



    Jim Vincent’s Boat

    "One of 12 aquarelles portraying the dangerous occupation of Yankee whaling ships and sailors in their incursion into the most northern reaches of the Pacific, from the sailing period into the age of steam. Jim Vincent's boat lost in the ice in May 1885. Produced for portfolio inclusion with the volume “American Whalers in the Western Arctic – the final epoch of the great American sailing whaling fleet”."


    (The print reproduction that I found on-line & pasted above is very poor quality - the actual print is much more vivid. - mmd)
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    Smartinsen - Love that Klee!!!
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    Hannah Atlantic by Paul Kelley
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    Portrait of Eddie Barnes and Ed Murphy lobster fishermen Bay View N.S. Maud Lewis


    Maud Lewis painting found in thrift shop sells for $45,000 http://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment...sold-1.4125591
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmd View Post


    Hannah Atlantic by Paul Kelley
    WOW!
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    Could put this with twodot's stem series, I suppose:


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    And another:


    I like this one more.
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    I am enjoying all of this thread very much, but this was a particularly pleasant surprise. Thank you!

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    Chris C. -- loving that bow shot, with rust-streaked topsides. Yours? Marvelous!!
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