What is a ‘remarque’?

Sometimes I am asked “what is a remarque?”
I have just drawn 5 for a client who has ordered 4 copies the edition of of “Bamora and Canberra” (limited to 25 signed numbered copies only) and one of the famous “Roaring Forties” numbered, co signed by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston.
To further explain a remarque I’ve attached 2 photos here.

"Bamora and Canberra" print number 4
“Bamora and Canberra” print number 4

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Waterwitch off Gribben Head, Cornwall

The story of “Waterwitch” is a remarkable insight into the life and times of a lucky ship.

"Waterwitch off Gribben Head"
“Waterwitch off Gribben Head”

Among other things today I posted a copy of the classic painting “Waterwitch off Gribben Head” to a client in the USA. “Waterwitch” has become one of my most popular prints, prices from £147.00. I feel honoured to have sold many of the prints to descendants of Waterwitch people.

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Huzzah boys (& girls) It’s Pickle Night !!!

PICKLE NIGHT Huzzah! 4 th of November 1805 was the day the momentous news arrived at Falmouth conveyed by HM schooner Pickle, England was safe from invasion but had lost the great and gallant Nelson.  Trafalgar Dawn 10.01.08 d
Pickle appears in both the very carefully researched and constructed paintings here, can you see her or does this leave you in a Pickle?  trafalgar french print d

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Pickle Night Countdown

Count down to Pickle Night, 4 th November, here is a better quality picture of “The Trafalgar Messenger“, the Royal Navy’s most famous ‘little ship’, copies now available as signed numbered prints for £147.00, you can order via our Payment Page using Paypal or contact us to make a bank to bank order.

The paintings measuring 48 x 61 cms (19″ x 24″), price £ 4,500.00, =$7,187.00 USD = 5753.00 Euros.  HMS Pickle, approaching the Lizard  IMG_3436 d

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useful facts + excellent stories about H.M. Schooner "Pickle", carrying the news of the Battle of Trafalgar

H.M. Schooner "Pickle", carrying the news of the Battle of Trafalgar

“I have Urgent Dispatches”

A brief History of H M Schooner Pickle (Dec 1800 to 27 July 1808) – a ‘clever, fast schooner, coppered’. 

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