Racehorse, H M Sloop, Arctic Expedition, homeward bound, 1777, through fierce September gales.
“Word of Mouth“, a Nelson and Trafalgar painting well worth the price and more as an “after dinner” subject.
The Royal Navy’s most famous schooner HMS Pickle, described by Nelson as “ubiquitous”, is according to Cornish oral tradition sailing into legend.
Espionage, misinformation, fake news, tragedy, bungling by the British government, are all part of the story behind this little know dramatic frigates sea fight.
“Frigates, Treasure Ships” 30 x 45 cm (12″ x 18″), £6,000.
A classic painting, a timeless subject, any reputable gallery should be delighted to offer you this painting for this price… a sound investment which you can buy direct from me, the artist.
As if that is not enough, this action this dramatic frigate action also caused Spain to enter the Napoleonic Wars as allied to France.
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The video to be a blend showing some of how this painting evolved.
Painting available, 60 x 90 cm (23 5/8″ x 35 3/8″), £/€ or U S $, 5,000.
As I write this painting is now 98 % complete so another picture will follow on this one very soon.
Marine-Painting, cadre et présentation, being France, first a French lunch meaning from 12,00 to 17,00 !
The lunch being served by our hosts Philippe and Sylvie Bossis at their beautiful mansion.
Lunch starting in classical style with ‘nibbles’, little delicacies each with it’s own distinctive flavour.
Each and every delicious morcele and this including the ‘Pain Surprise’ which is a bread with each layer made of sandwiches with a different filling.