‘Uganda’ as painted here 5 was the British Hospital ship during the Falklands war.
Frickers paintings have been and are the choice of many distinguished people and renowned companies as indicated by his unusual resumée.
‘Nelson’s Frigates’, a voyage that illustrates very well why Nelson became such an effective leader, commander and much loved hero.
The Port of Chester 1863, Chester, England. The old port, 76 x 1520 cm (2′ 6″ x 5′), page thoroughly overhauled and updated. Chester, a civic reception for a great painting, 220 prints sold by the gallery AE Dutton & Sons in 2 weeks, why? 🙂, why? Answers are on my website page ! There … Read more
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
A Trafalgar surprise
Anson, The Last Buccaneer George Anson’s HMS Centurion captured the largest treasure ever taken at sea. 50 x 81 cm (20″ x 32″), original Sold by the Chester gallery of A E Dutton & Sons. An earlier Frickers painting (sold 1991) and one with a very strong story. The website page is https://www.frickers.co.uk/…/centurion-commodore…/ Anson’s adventures, … Read more
Normandy, on this day 6 June in 1944, the debarquement Normandie. In France this day, the Invasion of Normandy, Operation Overlord, is commemorated in style every year, our French friends do not forget their brave allies. Here is a previously unpublished photograph of four of those men. They don’t look like Hollywood heroes do they? … Read more