A drawing that will become a painting, the evolution, perspiration and inspiration, lots of drawing evidenced here of the struggle to find the picture I have in mind, enjoy ! A long way to go with this new painting as yet un-named is not even mentioned on my web site, it measures 53 x 91 … Read more
Or Plymouth Mayflower, worthy of a fine new painting, both are justifiably world famous names?
Unfinished miniature, progressing nicely. The renowned clipper ‘Samuel Plimsoll’ loading migrants for Australia at Plymouth as she did annually for 15 years, returning with wool. Measuring 19.6 x 24.8 cm (7¾” x 9¾”), if you’d like a painting like this you know where to come.
Have you ever thought, “I’d love a painting like that one”?
That thought is exactly the one that has inspired this painting.
Hold that thought for a moment.
Yo hoe hoe, Smeaton’s Tower on Plymouth Hoe. Can you keep a secrets? Especially, don’t tell #mayflower400uk
Wot, no rigging on Racehorse?
As we, HMS Racehorse, author Peter Goodwin and I get neared completing, changes become progressively more refined, smaller and more subtle, harder to notice, yet people have very powerful intuition so sense what is not right.
There remains much to be done, completion or at least the delicate 97 % stage does now look in sight. You can follow this rare new yarn via “HMS Racehorse“.
l’Hermione, frigate, now you see me now you don’t…
Well, what do you make of this?
A new as near complete addition to ‘The Nelson and Trafalgar Collection’.
This looks simple?
My impression of the Hermione (pronounced Her’me’on), Concord class frigate launched at Rochefort sur Mer, 2015.
Who said I don’t have the foggiest idea? The latest update on this painting, still a long way to go… You can discover more by finding “Surprise! Hermione” on this web site, Warships /Nelson and Trafalgar Collection, enjoy.