How wonderful is email?
A few days ago and there is a joke in here some where, I received an email dated February 23, now why did that arrive so late?
The subject, an enquiry, was “H.M. Schooner “Pickle“, carrying the news of the Battle of Trafalgar ~PurchasePrint : yes ~ Message : On prestige cotton canvass~ Message entered from : H.M. Schooner “Pickle“, carrying the news of the Battle of Trafalgar.
You can see and read more of the extra ordinary research and story of Pickle and this wonderful and renowned picture on web site page http://www.frickers.co.uk/marine-art/urgent_dispatches.html.
A new marine print from the Marine Painting of Virgin Atlantic Challenger II (visit page http://www.frickers.co.uk/marine-art/virgin_atlantic_ii.html) has gone into production with my excellent printer at Adaptgraphics, Plymouth.
Also in the news is the beautiful classic print of “The Port of Chester 1863” (visit page http://www.frickers.co.uk/marine-art/chester.html).
This time it was to be the train to Paris then major on the Metro. I attended a UKTI / British Marine Federation Showcase at The Ambassador’s Residence, research at Musee Maritime, Paris, the main focus of this all to brief visit to a magnificent city.
I am delighted and honoured to find my painting has inspired a poem now an addition to the beautiful music of Bob Brennan.
The request for a marine print of “Jane Banks” also brought about a rare chance to meet a descendant of one of the captains of “Jane Banks“.
“Jane Banks entering Bermuda”, is today a new marine print, taken from the marine painting, I have been working on this picture this afternoon with my printer at Adaptgraphics, for a descendant
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