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[Schooner Yacht America off Dunnose Isle of Wight.]
[Schooner Yacht America off Dunnose Isle of Wight.]
[Joseph Miles Gilbert. G. E. Hicks.]
[Rowney & Co.][n.d., c.1851.]
Lithograph, rare. Sheet: 345 x 305mm (13½ x 12"). Pin holes, damage and surface dirt.
A marine scene showing the Schooner Yacht America sailing of the coast of the Isle of Wight. America won the Isle of Wight regatta in 1851 and was built by a syndicate of members of the New York Sailing Club.
[Ref: 44722]   £450.00  
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Anglo-American Atlantic Yacht Race of 1870.
Anglo-American Atlantic Yacht Race of 1870. Start of the Yachts Dauntless and Cambria from Queenstown to New York on the 4th July... [publisher's dedication.]
T.G. Dutton lith, form a Painting by R.L. Stopford. [monogram in plate.]
London, Published May 25th 1871 by Wm. Foster, 17, Billiter Street, City.
Scarce hand coloured lithograph, image 370 x 615mm. 14½ x 24¼". Crease to lower right corner, some faint spotting; unexamined out of frame. Very scarce.
The schooner yacht Cambria, of the Royal Harwich Yacht Club, won the "great ocean race" of 1870 against the American yacht Dauntless, from Daunt Rock, Queenstown, Ireland, July 4th, to Sandy Hook on the New Jersey coast, USA - arriving July 27th. The Dauntless was commanded by James Gordon Bennett Jr. (1841 – 1918), publisher of the New York Herald and the youngest Commodore ever of the New York Yacht Club. His extravagant lifestyle and shocking behaviour are believed to have inspired the phrase "Gordon Bennett" as an expression of incredulity. Short descriptions of each yacht below title. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
See Parker: 2245 for the companion print. Not in NMM.
[Ref: 17650]   £1,750.00  
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Captain Hans Busk's Schooner yacht 'Lady Busk'.  Built and fitted with auxiliary engines (80 I.H.P.) by Messrs. Henry Tipping of Portsmouth.
Captain Hans Busk's Schooner yacht 'Lady Busk'. Built and fitted with auxiliary engines (80 I.H.P.) by Messrs. Henry Tipping of Portsmouth.
Hans Busk, Delt._T.G. Dutton, Lith.
Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith [n.d. c.1850.]
Tinted lithograph. Sheet: 580 x 440mm, (22¾ x 17¼") very large margins. Some light foxing.
Hans Busk the younger (1815 - 1882) was one of the principal originators of the volunteer movement in England. He took an equal interest in the navy. Originally it was his intention to adopt a naval career, and, being forced to abandon it, he devoted much of his leisure to yachting. He mastered the principles of naval construction, and made designs for several yachts which were very successful. He was the first to advocate life-ship stations, and fitted out a model life-ship at his own expense. Busk's youngest sister, Rachel Harriette Busk, was an authoress of repute.
Parker: 2284. NMM: PAH8792.
[Ref: 39889]   £1,250.00  
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Captain Hans Busk's Schooner yacht 'Lady Busk'.
Captain Hans Busk's Schooner yacht 'Lady Busk'. Built and fitted with auxiliary engines (80 I.H.P.) by Messrs. Henry Tipping of Portsmouth.
Hans Busk, Delt._T.G. Dutton, Lith.
Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith [n.d. c.1860].
Hand coloured lithograph. Printed area: 340 x 465mm (13¼ x 18¼"). Unexamined out of frame.
A view of the yacht, 'Lady Busk', owned by Hans Busk and built by Henry Tipping of Portsmouth. Hans Busk the younger (1815 - 1882) was one of the originators of 'England's volunteer army'. Originally it was his intention to adopt a naval career and, being forced to abandon it, he devoted much of his leisure to yachting. He mastered the principles of naval construction, and made designs for several yachts which were very successful. He was the first to advocate life-ship stations, and fitted out a model life-ship at his own expense.
Parker: 2284.
[Ref: 33611]   £850.00  
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The Cutter Yacht, Corsair, R.Y.S. Sailing the great match with the Talisman
The Cutter Yacht, Corsair, R.Y.S. Sailing the great match with the Talisman from Cowes round the Eddystone and back. This Print is respectfully dedicated to John Congreve Esqre (owner of the Corsair.) by his obedient Servant, Edmund Fry.
N.M.Condy del. T.G.Dutton lith: Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen.
London, 1843, Ackermann & Co. Strand _George Foster 114 Fenchurch St.__ Plymouth, Edmund Fry.
Lithograph, image 225 x 300mm. 9 x 11¾".
The Corsair and was the victor over the Talisman in the celebated race between the two Royal Yacht Club boats for 1,000 guineas from Cowes to the Eddystone lighthouse, Cornwall.
[Ref: 9470]   £450.00  
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To the Secretary and Members of the Royal Cork Yacht Club, This print of the Cutter Yacht Cygnet (W. Smith Esq.re.) is respectfully dedicated by their very obedient servant, O. W. Brierly.
To the Secretary and Members of the Royal Cork Yacht Club, This print of the Cutter Yacht Cygnet (W. Smith Esq.re.) is respectfully dedicated by their very obedient servant, O. W. Brierly. H.M. Brig Columbine. Xarifa Yacht.
O. W. Brierly del. et lith. Day & Haghe lith.rs. to the Queen.
Edmund Fry & Son, London. Edmund Fry Jun.r. Plymouth. [n.d., c.1840].
Lithograph, rare. Sheet : 510 x 370mm. (20 x 14½"). Small tear on right.
A view of the cutter yacht 'Cygnet'. H. M. Brig Columbine and Xarifa Yacht can be seen in the distance. For uncoloured example of this print see ref: 9894.
[Ref: 32819]   £980.00  
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To the Secretary and Members of the Royal Cork Yacht Club, This print of the cutter Yacht Cygnet (W. Smith, Esqre.)
To the Secretary and Members of the Royal Cork Yacht Club, This print of the cutter Yacht Cygnet (W. Smith, Esqre.) is respectfully dedicated by their very obedient servant, O.W. Brierly.
O.W. Brierly del et lith. Day & Hague Lithrs. to the Queen.
Edmund Fry & Son, London. Edmund Fry Jnr. Plymouth [n.d. c.1840].
Tinted lithograph, image 320 x 480mm. 12½ x 18¾". Small nicks and tears to extremities, occasional surface scratch or scuff.
In the background are captioned the yachts 'Columbine' and 'Xarifa'.
[Ref: 9894]   £850.00  
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The cutter yacht
The cutter yacht "Cynthia", 50 tons.
Painted by N.M.Condy. T. G. Dutton Lith.
London, Published, Augt. 2nd. 1850. by Messrs Fores, At Their Sporting and Fine Print Repository and Frame Manufactory, 41 Piccadilly, Corner of Sackville Street.
Hand coloured lithograph, very fine. Printed area: 360 x 460mm (14¼ x 18").
A view of the yacht 'Cynthia', on the water, sailing to the right, with other yachts behind it, and a small boat rowing away in the foreground. White cliffs can be seen in the distance on the right. Lettered below image with title, coat of arms, dedication to the commodore and members of the Royal Yacht Club from Messrs Fores, the name of its builders.
Parker: 2251.
[Ref: 33610]   £1,350.00  

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The Cutter Yacht
The Cutter Yacht "Dagmar", 36 tons R.Y.S. The property of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. Built 1865 by Mess.rs J.no Harvey & Co. Wivenhoe, Essex. Sails by Mess.rs Lapthorne & Sons, Gosport.
T.G. Dutton del.t et lith.
London, Published Feb.y 1.st 1866 by W.m Foster, 17 Billiter Street, Fenchurch Street, E.C.
Coloured lithograph, printed area 430 x 625mm (17 x 24½").
Large yacht sailing alongside a steamer in By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.). The view show the Dagmar off the Isle of Wight with Osborne House in the background.
NMM: PAH8761. Not in Parker.
[Ref: 16905]   £1,450.00  
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Schooner Yacht Dolphin.
Schooner Yacht Dolphin. G.H. Ackers, Esqr. Winning the Queen's Plate at Cowes, August 17th 1839. To the Right Hon.ble the Earl of Yarborough, D.C.L. F.R.S. F.S.A. &c. Commadore of the Royal Yacht Squadron. This Print is respectfully dedicated by his Lordship's most obedient and very humble Servant, O.W. Brierly.
O.W. Brierly, del et zinc. Day & Hague, Lithrs. to the Queen.
Edmund Fry, London & Edmund Fry, Jnr. Plymouth. [n.d. c.1839.]
Tinted zincograph. Printed area: 285 x 460mm (11¼ x 18").
In the background are the yachts 'Kestrel' and 'Wanderer', captioned below the image, with the 'Dolphin' in the centre, sailing to the right. By English marine painter Sir Oswald Walters Brierly (1817 - 1894).
[Ref: 39380]   £750.00  
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Egeria.
Egeria.
T.G.Dutton del & lith. John B. Day Lith.
London: Published by John B. Day, Savoy Street, Strand, W.C. [c.1875.]
Tinted lithograph with some colour added by hand, image 185 x 280mm. 7¼ x 11".
A handsome portrait of the 98ft schooner yacht. By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton (1819/20 - 1891; fl.).
NMM: PAH5783.
[Ref: 18059]   £220.00  
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The Duchess of Kent and the Princess Victoria Leaving Devonport in the
The Duchess of Kent and the Princess Victoria Leaving Devonport in the "Emerald" Yacht, Towed by the "Messenger" Steamer, 6th August 1833.
P. Gauci lith.
Printed by Graf & Soret.
Lithograph with hand-colouring, sheet 125 x 165mm (5 x 6½"). Trimmed and glued to backing sheet with original title pasted on verso of sheet. In mount with embossed title.
The young princess Victoria leaving Devonport in the 'Emerald' yacht, as seen from Barnpool. The excursion was nearly a tragic one: when the yacht failed to stop in the Hamoaze stretch of the River Tamar (which flows past Devonport Dockyard) it was carried under a hulk, damaging the mainmast which fell onto the deck, only narrowly missing the princess. Lithograph by Paul Gauci, whose originally watercolour is in the Royal Collection as part of a scrapbook compiled by Victoria.
[Ref: 41464]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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The Fernande R.W.Y.C. beating the Mosquito and Cynthia cutters for the Queen's Vase, Plymouth, August 26th 1849.
The Fernande R.W.Y.C. beating the Mosquito and Cynthia cutters for the Queen's Vase, Plymouth, August 26th 1849.
Condy, Pinx.t. Young, Sculp.t.
[n.d., c.1850.]
Coloured aquatint. Sheet 405 x 580mm (16 x 22¾"). Trimmed to plate, bottom left corner of inscription area repaired.
The end of a yacht race, a lighthouse in the right background. The Fernande, a schooner built by William Camper at Gosport and owned by Major Francis Mountjoy Martyn, was entered to race in the first of what was to become the Americas Cup (named after the winning yacht), but did not start.
[Ref: 32828]   £980.00  
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To J. H. P. J. Pigott Esq.re. this print of his Cutter Yacht
To J. H. P. J. Pigott Esq.re. this print of his Cutter Yacht "Ganymede", R.Y.S. is respectfully dedicated by his obedient servant Edmund Fry.
N.M. Condy, del. T.G. Dutton, lith. Day & Haghe Lith.rs. to the Queen.
[n.d., c.1850].
Lithograph with large margins, rare. Sheet: 460 x 360mm. (18 x 14"). Small tear in title. Repair outside image on top right & left.
View of the cutter yacht 'Ganymede', with three yachts in the distance.
[Ref: 32824]   £980.00  
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To the Right Hon.ble The Earl of Yarborough, Commodore of the Royal yacht Squadron, This Print of His Yacht Kestrel (202 Tons) is respectfully dedicated (with permission) by His Lordship'smost obedient humble Servant N.M. Condy.
To the Right Hon.ble The Earl of Yarborough, Commodore of the Royal yacht Squadron, This Print of His Yacht Kestrel (202 Tons) is respectfully dedicated (with permission) by His Lordship'smost obedient humble Servant N.M. Condy.
G. Hawkins lith. _ N.M. Condy del. Day & Haghe Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, Edw.d Ramsden. 12 Finch Lane, Cornhill, _ Ackerman & Co. Strand, _ Plymouth, Edmond Fry. [n.d., c.1850.]
Tinted lithograph. Printed area: 230 x 305mm (9 x 12").
A view of the yacht 'Kestrel', owned by the Earl of Yarborough, founder and Commodore of the Royal Yacht Squadron, on open water with two small rowing boats on either side. During his time as Commodore, cruising and yachting flourished and the club grew in reputation and numbers. In 1835, he was badly injured by being thrown across a sea chest during a gale and was further disabled by a bout of influenza. After this he decided to buy a smaller vessel, the Kestrel. On 5th September 1846, Lord Yarborough died suddenly on board the Kestrel whilst in Vigo, in Spain. The Royal Yacht Squadron Committee put up £200 towards a Nautical Monument or Sea Mark at some appropriate spot in the Isle of Wight to perpetuate his memory. The Memorial which was erected as a result of their subscription, stands on Bembridge Downs. The emblem of the Royal Yacht Squdron is in the centre, below the image.
[Ref: 39378]   £280.00  
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Kriemhilda.
Kriemhilda.
T. G. Dutton, del et lith. John B. Day, Lith.
London: Published by John B. Day, Savoy Street, Strand W.C. [n.d., c.1870]
Lithograph with large margins. Sheet: 350 x 270mm. (13¾ x 10½").
View of the yacht 'Kriemhilda' with a yacht in the distance racing.
[Ref: 32822]   £450.00  
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The Iron Cutter Yacht Mosquito, 50 Tons, R.T.Y.C.
The Iron Cutter Yacht Mosquito, 50 Tons, R.T.Y.C. To the Right Hon.ble Lord Londesborough, this plate is by permission respectfully dedicated by His Lordship's very obedient servant, Thomas g. Dutton.
T.G. Dutton del et Lith. Day & Son. Lith.rs to the Queen.
London, Published, Nov.r 6th, 1852, by R.A. Ackermann 191 Regent Street.
Hand coloured lithograph, very fine. Printed area: 370 x 450mm (14½ x 17¾")
A view of the iron cutter yacht, 'Mosquito', at sea with several ships and yachts in the distance. The ship was constructed by T. Waterman, built by C.J. Mare & Co., and the sails made by Eversfield. It won many races, as listed below the image with the prize money, including the Lowestoft Regatta on July 6th 1852, the Great Yarmouth Regatte on July 13th 1852, and the Royal Western Yacht Championship Cup on August 5th 1852.
[Ref: 33606]   £1,350.00  
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Club Rooms & Baths.
Club Rooms & Baths. To Sir Charles Ibbetson Bart: Commodore, and the other Members of the Royal Harwich Yacht Club, This Print is respectfully Inscribed by the Author.
W.H. Landsey Del. J. Sutcliffe, Lithr.
[n.d., c.1845.]
Rare hand coloured lithograph, sheet 145 x 230mm. 5¾ x 9". Horizontal crease.
The clubhouse of the Royal Harwich Yacht Club (est.1845) which overlooked the harbour entrance at Harwich, Essex, ideally located for the signalling activities which were a significant part of yacht club life. The scene features bathing boxes on wheels, to right.
[Ref: 15700]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Sailing Match, The Gazelle winning the Cup July 3rd 1838.
The Sailing Match, The Gazelle winning the Cup July 3rd 1838.
Drawn & Engraved by H. Beckwith.
London, Published by Joseph Rogerson 24 Norfolk Street, Strand, Aug.t 1.st 1838.
Engraving. Plate: 130 x 200mm (5 x 8"). Some marking.
A scene showing the Gazelle winning a match which included Royal Sovereign on the Thames by the Greenwich Hospital in July 1838. From 'The Sportsman'.
[Ref: 45918]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[A Gentle Breeze.]
[A Gentle Breeze.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 150 x 225mm. 6 x 9". A fine impression, mint..
Yachts sailing at sea; a trawler in the background far left. Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin. Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.
The Print Society 'Fine Prints', Index.
[Ref: 19340]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Fine Weather.]
[Fine Weather.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 140 x 210mm. 5½ x 8¼". A fine impression, mint.
A yachts on flat-calm water; shoreline beyond, part of a pontoon to foreground lower right. Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin. Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.
The Print Society 'Fine Prints', p.191.
[Ref: 19343]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Passing the Buoy.]
[Passing the Buoy.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 150 x 225mm. 6 x 9". A fine impression, mint.
Yachts sailing at sea; buoy to lower left foreground. Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin. Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.
The Print Society 'Fine Prints', Index.
[Ref: 19345]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Pierhead.]
[The Pierhead.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 115 x 205mm. 4½ x 8". A fine impression, mint.
A yacht approaching a pier, to left. Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin. Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.
The Print Society 'Fine Prints', p.191.
[Ref: 19347]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[A Choppy Sea.]
[A Choppy Sea.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 125 x 225mm. 5 x 9". A fine impression, mint.
Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin. Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.
The Print Society 'Fine Prints', p.191.
[Ref: 19349]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Passing the Lighthouse.]
[Passing the Lighthouse.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 150 x 225mm. 6 x 9". A fine impression, mint.
Yachts sailing past a lighthouse guarding the entrance to a harbour; several moored ships in background, cliffs beyond. Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin. Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.
The Print Society 'Fine Prints', Index.
[Ref: 19351]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Calm Waters.]
[Calm Waters.]
Bernard J Carr [pencil signature.]
[British, c.1939.]
Fine drypoint etching, signed artist's proof. 115 x 225mm. 4½ x 9". A fine impression, mint.
Yachts on a flat-calm sea; lighthouse and harbour wall to background. Publisher's blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to lower left margin. Bernard James Carr was an etcher and painter who studied at the Sheffield College of Arts and Crafts; noted for his etchings of marine subjects.
The Print Society 'Fine Prints', Index.
[Ref: 19353]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Sea Air.]
[The Sea Air.]
C. Napier Hemy [pencil signature].
Published at Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed Limited. Printsellers of Bristol and London, March 1st 1911.
Coloured photogravure, signed by the artist. 570 x 795mm, 22½ x 31¼mm. Tears in margins.
Charles Napier Hemy was the leading maritime painter of his generation. He was appointed Official Painter to the Royal Yacht Squadron and was a prolific exhibitor at the Royal Academy showing one hundred and fifty-five paintings during his lifetime. He settled in Falmouth in 1881, and produced the majority of his finest works here. He built a floating studio and made countless studies of wave formations. Sir Frank Brangwyn RA wrote: ‘His knowledge of the sea was superb. As a draughtsman of wave forms he stands alone.’
[Ref: 10134]   £650.00  
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The Secret.
The Secret.
Drawn & Engraved by H. Beckwith.
London, Published by Rogerson & Tuxford, 246 Strand, 1854.
Engraving. Sheet: 155 x 240mm (6 x 9½").
A view of the yacht "The Secret" at sea with a ship and steam ship behind. An illustration from the 'Sporting Magazine'.
[Ref: 45916]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Racing yacht in high seas.]
[Racing yacht in high seas.]
C. Napier Hemy [pencil signature].
Published by the Berlin Photographic Company, Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street - New York 14 East 23rd Street. [n.d., c.1903.]
Photogravure on india, signed by the artist. 520 x 800mm, 20½ x 31½mm.
Charles Napier Hemy was the leading maritime painter of his generation. He was appointed Official Painter to the Royal Yacht Squadron and was a prolific exhibitor at the Royal Academy showing one hundred and fifty-five paintings during his lifetime. He settled in Falmouth in 1881, and produced the majority of his finest works here. He built a floating studio and made countless studies of wave formations. Sir Frank Brangwyn RA wrote: ‘His knowledge of the sea was superb. As a draughtsman of wave forms he stands alone.’
[Ref: 10129]   £620.00  
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