“Jane Banks entering Bermuda”, is today a new marine print, taken from the marine painting, I have been working on this picture this afternoon with my printer at Adaptgraphics, for a descendant of one of Jane Banks captains.
The schooner “Jane Banks” was the last British square rigger with out an engine to trade “foreign”, barely surviving her final crossing of the Bay of Biscay.
You can read more of the life and adventures of Jane Banks by following the further reading links from page
http://www.frickers.co.uk/marine-art/jane_banks_entering.html which in turn will lead you to a second painting of her in our archive section and more text.
This picture (http://www.frickers.co.uk/marine-art/jane_banks_entering.html) gives us a beautiful set of 3 of the most famous of the Cornish merchant schooners, working ships for you to collect.
The other pictures being Waterwitch, the running mate of Jane Banks,
and “A dispute settled“, the latter showing the Cornish Schooners Katie Cluett and Rhoda Mary,
The new marine print has we hope you will agree, captured the warm colours off Bermuda so adds a special dimension to the trio of marine pictures, the working ships shown in the other 2 paintings being off the Cornish coast, Falmouth and Fowey respectively.
Thus “Jane Banks entering Bermuda” is now available for you to add to your collection.
You can order securely online and soon Jane Banks will appear in our Print Gallery in a few weeks time.
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