Coming very soon, a Trafalgar Collection announcement.
28 th October 2016, London? Excuse me, meaning? 28 Octobre 2016, Londres?
In part in preparation for a significant exhibition the page for the painting “First Shots” has had a major upgrade.
La Collection Trafalgar par Gordon Frickers, si vous êtes dans ou près de Londres et le sujet est d’intérêt, ne manquez pas cette événement ponctuel.
Why? “The Trafalgar Collection” by Gordon Frickers, if you are in or near London and the subject is of interest, don’t miss this one off event. It will be by invitation only so ask for details.
Il sera sur invitation seulement pour demander des détails.
You are cordially invited to the OFFICIAL OPENING on 6-8pm Wednesday 18th September, 2013.
Samuel Plimsoll (1824-1898), the “Sailor’s Friend” gave his name to the load line on the side of merchant ships.
The Aberdeen clipper shown in the painting here loading at Plymouth for Australia was launched by and named in honour of “Samuel Plimsoll”.
Two new paintings were completed today destined to be part of an exhibition by the Brownston Gallery (email@example.com), 36 Church Street, Modbury, Devon, PL21 0QR at Salcombe Yacht Club during August which includes the popular Salcombe Regatta.
A good friend who lives in Paris sent me via Facebook a series of amusing artists illusions. You can see them on my Facebook page, become a friend, follow, share, enjoy. In turn that prompted me to show here, this painting, “Nelson’s Column“.
Exhibitions, another ‘illusion’; it’s a pity I am offered so few worth while exhibitions, “Nelson’s Column” is based upon unrepeatable studious research.
The following appeared today on Geography Directions, the associated site for the Royal Geographic Society – IBG Journals and Geography Compass, Wiley-Blackwell’s review journal covering the entire discipline. The piece is about of the value of well researched paintings, headed Visual History.