‘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 White Ship’ in Charlestown, 48 x 61 cm (19″ x 24″)
I’m sometimes asked “how long did it take to paint?”
While I can a do make a painting at times in minutes The White Ship’ in Charlestown has been in production for 4 decades.
Good painting takes time, great painting takes longer.
If you want to commission one of my paintings, the sooner we start the sooner you will have a great painting.
Discover more by visiting my new page https://www.frickers.co.uk/art/marine-art/ports/charlestown/ , profit, enjoy.
Warning to all mariners, those who live near the seas and politicians .
“The White Ship”, completed?
Titanic opportunity, in one very collectable painting, Titanic and Plymouth, two world famous names combine.
Here, I present completed, for the first time, for your pleasure Titanic’s “Plymouth Harbour”.
This definitive painting 🎨 is a full size 175 x 79.7 cm (60″ x 31 5/8″) and available, offers of or from £15,000.
The original painting was commissoned by White Star Line and lost with the Titanic, 14/15 April.
Today Prince Philip, , a great European, a great man, the Queen’s ‘strength and stay’, died age 99.
My sincere sympathy goes to the family and friends.
I have changed my title picture on my Facebook page (this splendid painting is for sale via my website) in honour of the passing of a great man.
Painted from direct observation on location, an event that happened, this painting shows (the figure in red at the helm) Britain’s Prince Philip winning a race at Cowes Week.
Very unusual at least for me, acting as an agent I sold a second hand painting today.
Life in Théhillac, a sample : cisterns within systems, this afternoon Matt arrived, perfect timing, just as I was sitting down for a late lunch (that rates a minor ‘drat’)… While he ‘parked’ his branch masher thingie machine in my garage (needed soon), my neighbour Patricia arrived unexpectedly, enviable timing, with a toilet cistern (as … Read more