Chinese Nosh

My Dad would have called this ‘Chinese Nosh’ so maybe it’s Chinese with Jewish undertones?

Chinese nosh
My ‘artist’s impression’ of Chinese nosh, a Chinese dinner.
Seemed to me like a good idea for a relatively chilly evening outside.
Not brill, not bad, quite quick to make (40 minutes?) edible if washed down well.
Shutters closed, house snugged down, I chose a favourite of mine, a wine that is cool, pale amber, a luminous white with a delicate scent.
This is a wine with aromas of citrus and white flowers.
Subtle and delicious in the mouth, Chevalier de Fauvert, Comté Tolosan.
A good companion for my attempt at Chinese nosh.

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B I’s Uganda

‘Uganda’ as painted here 5 was the British Hospital ship during the Falklands war.

Uganda at Falmouth
50 x 76 cm (20″ x 30″) and sold.
Further reading page updated :  You see her as I painted Uganda having seen her enter Falmouth to lay up.

Frickers paintings have been and are the choice of many distinguished people and renowned companies as indicated by his unusual resumée.

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Nelson’s Frigates

‘Nelson’s Frigates’, a voyage that illustrates very well why Nelson became such an effective leader, commander and much loved hero.

Nelson's Frigates
Unfinished Nelson’s Frigates 20.06.21
53 x 91.5 cm (21″ x 36″)  ‘Nelson’s Frigates‘, this is so called because rather oddly, briefly, Nelson commanded all four frigates, two French built, two Spanish and there hangs an intriguing story which I’ll gradually reveal as the painting is completed.

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Hot Stuff

The weather here at my hot home has been beautiful. That is if you like blue skies, no rain, hot days and warm evenings, with good light for painting so I’ve been painting. Is this hot weather climate change, planet warming, or a real ‘Flaming June’ as per the old days? Yesterday was exceptionally warm. … Read more

Trafalgar Port

Trafalgar Port

A Trafalgar surprise

Trafalgar Port
Port Presentation
Trafalgar and an unsought, unexpected thank you for a job well done.
Carefully packed, beautifully presented these vintage ports arrived by courier today 😃!
Two questions, why the gift and who to open these with ???
While I’m fond of red port I’ve never tried white port so this will be fun.

Why?

The Trafalgar Way : some way now well astern I was asked and honoured to be one of the judges of a national competition by The 1805 Club for children painting on the theme of ‘The Trafalgar Way’, a route now marked, celebrated and recommence on official Ordnance Survey maps.
The Trafalgar Way competition objective was to widen appreciation among children and their parents of the age of Nelson and of its place in our history upon which our lives are built .

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Surf painting

Surfing
New and a very wet surf painting 🙃 !
Surfing
Surf painting
Vieux Beaucoup, surf and surfing ! 
When it’s touch dry I’ll finish this painting.
There are still quite a lot of modifications I wish to make … so it’s not yet on either of my two websites.
Made on ‘speculation’, this painting measures 30.5 x 45.8 cm, 12″ x 18″.
It is based upon time with my son camping together behind the beach on the cote de Landais at Vieux Beaucoup.

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