The Port of Chester (1863)

Chester, the old port. 

Available as a signed limited edition print ~ 

A timeless print, signed, numbered, will give you pleasure every time you see it upon your wall.

 

This fine example of  marine art measures 76 x 152 cm (2′ 6″ x 5′), now a private collection.

Estimated current value of The Port of Chester 1863 is £20000.00 to £25000.00

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Detail from The Port of Chester (1863)   Detail from The Port of Chester (1863)   Detail from The Port of Chester (1863)

 
The painting
The port of Chester 1863, the more one learns about this sophisticated, complex painting The port of Chester 1863 the more one realises it is an amazing picture.
We will never see its like again, for sure it would be near impossible and very expensive to produce a painting to rival to “Port of Chester 1863” today. 
The City of Chester Council considered this painting to be sufficiently important, significant, to merit the rare honour of a Civic Reception, over 400 invited guests attended, 95 framed prints sold that night.

Our best possible historical ‘guess’, revealed a civic reception, the ghost of Salty Cyril, a coat of arms, a research story that produced many fascinating insights into a largely forgotten part of Chester’s story …

 

The picture of Chester port on a fine May morning in 1863 represents the combined knowledge of many  people particularly from Chester who generously gave time and knowledge to ensure this is the most accurate possible historical ‘guess’ possible. The buildings, activities, the bridge, all were researched in detail. You can read more by following the ‘further reading’ link below, it’s informative, fascinating, fun, enjoy.

 

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At the Reception given by the City of Chester Council, together with A E Dutton Art Gallery we displayed some 30 pictures to 400 invited guests.

220 prints sold in 2 weeks, why? Contact us to learn.

The original, a large painting five feet across is now owned by a millionaire in Plymouth.

The canal barges in the picture reminded him of his boyhood.

Further reading:

Background history, images and the development of this painting.

Useful facts + excellent stories about [CF7_get_post_var key='title'].

To acquire this or commission a similar painting available, excellent value, you can make payments in easy stages.

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Gordon Frickers, the only artist member of British Marine

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