‘Waterwitch off Gribben Head’, pages edited, updated as the result of an enquiry from a Scot in Spain about Cornish Slate painting.
The ‘further reading‘ page offers a facinating illustrated insight into Cornish sea life circa 19, for sure, recommended reading.
Prints are available :
A few Waterwitch prints remain, available as a signed limited edition of only 100 so very rare, acquire your heritage print via our Prints page.
Each is signed, a numbered edition, produced by Cornish master printer Alan Tooze and myself, on canvas for the look and feel of the original :
Available from £/€ 177 inc P & P
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The Waterwitch, brigantine, was destined to be the last engine less British merchant sailing ship, built 1872.
Waterwitch in a bottle, a fine example of ships in a bottle.
The Waterwitch was already famous before she completed her final voyage under the red duster, the Red Ensign.
More about Cornish slate painting soon …
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