“Plymouth Harbour”,

By Gordon Frickers on March 12th, 2019

Titanic’s, “Plymouth Harbour“, after Norman Wilkinson.
What makes this painting very special?
Read on!

Titanic, Plymouth Harbour, progress 08.03.19

For those who like to see ‘hozzitdun’, and for people tantalised by the Titanic, a new photo of the new painting [2].

Titanic’s ‘Plymouth Harbour‘ measures exactly as the original and is presented on the identical  type of canvas, 79.5 x 172 cm (31 3/5″ x 68″), oils, by me, Gordon Frickers

Two major paintings in progress, the connection with ‘Titanic’, this page goes into considerable detail about the painting, explore, profit, enjoy.

To this painting I bring a combination of skills no other artist can offer.

These include, I’m very familiar with Wilkinson’s work having seem many of the originals in London.

I’ve lived at Plymouth and sailed the waters for over 25 years including winning to many races to remember so know the colours, weather, currents, history, intimately.

In fact it’s unlikely any other artist knows Plymouth harbour better so I’m the most likely to get right the weather and colouring of Wilkinson’s original painting lost when Titanic sank. 

To that we can add, I have trained understanding of how photography and photocopies distort colour and there are my alleged painting skills which if you’ve not seen my originals, you can at least have an introduction via my two web sites.

Price or priceless, I’m open to offers, contact me by phone or email. T:+ 44 (0)1865 52 2435 M: + 33(0)610 66 19 26 ~E: artistfrickersatgmail.com 

Price or priceless, I’m open to offers, contact me by phone or email.T:+ 44 (0)1865 52 2435 M: + 33(0)610 66 19 26 ~E: artistfrickersatgmail.com

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