Marine Art, Gordon Frickers

Welcome aboard, marine art, marine paintings, marine prints, the art of Gordon Frickers, an introduction.
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 Gordon Frickers

Gordon Frickers is one of the very few artists to have been invited to exhibit at the European Parliament (Brussels, May 2011) and uniquely has been official artist to HMS Victory (1993 to 1998).

He is best known for the celebrated “Roaring Forties” and “I have Urgent Dispatches“.

He is the only artist elected to the British Marine Federation.

He has begun research for a painting to be a corporation’s gift to the President and people of the Unites States.

Gordon Frickers has just completed painting  “B I Sunday“, a commemorative marine commission and two painting projects, “Picturesque Wine Villages of Bordeaux” and “Gaillac, Surprising Vines.

On this web site you can discover the paintings, his way of working and his adventurous life.

You can find my cv/ résumée and much unique information, in particular via the ‘further reading’  pages.

Our efforts with the painting were highly successful” ~ Sir Robin Knox-Johnston:

What we do: this site introduces my niche speciality, glorious marine painting  with meticulously researched details, reliable historically accurate reconstructions of enduring worth.

I Paint to commission, on speculation, and offers a beautiful range of Heritage prints.

Gordon Frickers fine art (web site established 1998) has been and is the choice of many distinguished people and renowned companies.

QUOTE:I’d love another Frickers painting” ~ Sir Robin Knox-Johnston who commissioned the memorable, now renowned  “Roaring Forties” and subsequently 2 more paintings.

 ‘contact us’

Some thing for everyone: While a ‘full on’ large painting may cost  £50,000, your collection could start from a very reasonable £100 for a fine drawing, from £500 for a, some what smaller painting.

A calling:  “I set out to be the best painter I can be, to entertain, inform and inspire, to try to leave the world a slightly better place, enjoy”.

When you commission know you are in safe, experienced hands and have a first class guarantee, (see Terms)  simply go to contact us , phone and discover.

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On this site you can share a special passion for painting, for marine life.

To see Gordon Frickers landscapes, enjoy the new web site www.artfrickers.com and follow his adventures on Facebook.

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Gallery visit: By appointment at 14  Rue du Bout de Ville, Thehillac 56130, Brittany, France.

 ‘Contact us‘ T: + 44 (0)1865 52 2435

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  • Our efforts with the painting were highly successful” ~ Sir Robin Knox-Johnston.
  • Pete Goss (OBE & Legion d’Honore) recently wrote “I got exactly the painting I had hoped for“.
  • At last I’ve met the famous Marine artist Gordon Frickers” ~ Alan Warren, Yachting World at the Monaco Yacht Show Sept. 2009.
  •  Brian Simpson MEP wrote “Frickers paintings are marks of our achievement as a people“.
  • Why didn’t you tell me you painted the iconicRoaring Forties?”, Dick Durham, editor, Yachting Monthly.

You can follow marine artist Gordon Frickers on his blog, Facebook/gordonfrickers, Twitter and Linkedin.

Copyright 2016:

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For professional purposes we are happy to issue licences.

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For educational and private use we allow a free copy. However please note; as with all artist’s work, by International law these pictures and texts belong to the artist and his descendants, so may only be copied after written permission and for commercial use, after a copyright fee has been agreed and paid.

Respect the long hours, years, the art and texts, don’t infringe.

Our fees are friendly our terms always reasonable.

Gordon Frickers 01.02.1998 © 28.02.12. updated 13.08.15, 25.11.15, 15.02.16, 22.06.16
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