I’ve decided to sell this remarkable painting and offer some similar. It’s that sort of time in my now quite long career.
Following a fair offer from a gentleman in Florida. It won 1st prize (oils) 1995 Cornish Society of Artists.
I’ve kept it a a fine exhibition piece including showing it by invitation among the 35 at my European Parliament Expo.
The present heat wave is the opposite of the conditions when I painted “Plymouth Trawlers”, a chilly grey February in 1992.
The day I worked on what we sometimes call “Plymouth Trawlers” was grey, near freezing, typical for February at Plymouth.
A type 23, similar to HMS Montrose currently deployed in the Persian Gulf region.
Mr. Goodwin has developed his own way of conveying the very human side of the story.
Parties on as the heat wave continues with 30 C [86 F] plus, this week end there have been so many fetes to choose from minor and major.
Among the latter a huge Celtic festival at l’Orient and a Choral fete with a ball after at Guignen near Rennes.
Art fraud : there is a lot of it about.
I was in a High Court in Central London last week.
I’d prepared carefully including, very rare for me, donning a suit and tie.
It is certainly true that fine paintings as opposed to ordinary paintings, are among the most reliable at all levels, of medium to long term investments.
Regatta season starting!
Heat wave, light breezes, perfect weather for sailing !
#Cowes Week taking a winning gun from the Royal Yacht Squadron line, Prince Phillip sailing ‘Yeoman XXVIII’, a Sigma 38 built at #Plymouth [painting unsold]
A heat wave, light breezes so we have perfect weather for sailing ! This painting [https://www.frickers.co.uk/art/marine-art/yachts-and-superyachts/] shows “Cowes Week”, a yacht taking the winning gun from the Royal Yacht Squadron club line. Incidentally the helmsman that day was Prince Phillip sailing a Sigma 38 built at Plymouth. Painted from life, this exceptional ‘royal’ painting is … Read more