Mayflower and Plymouth mysteries, how was it done? Today, newly updated my ‘Mayflower at Plymouth’ page explains some of the juicy controversies and processes that created this painting, more on my blog and website page, https://www.frickers.co.uk/art/marine-art/merchant-sail/the-mayflower/ enjoy 🙂 Mayflower and Plymouth Painting 91 x 61 cm [24″ x 26″] is priced at a very … Read more
Mayflower is bearing away to the West … an unfinished painting so watch this space, Mayflower off Plymouth. Available soon, 40.5 x 66 cm (16″ x 26″), £1,500, A good investment, a classic therefore timeless oil painting by Gordon Frickers. Make your purchase > bank to bank or with your credit card Purchase Now < … Read more
The Mayflower, varnishing day today, always an important day in the life of a new #painting. I present for you the “Mayflower Plymouth 1620, England”. We see a calm morning with sea fog clearing with ‘Mayflower’ being towed out of the old harbour of Plymouth, Devon, England. 60 x 90 cm (23 5/8″ x 35 … Read more
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.
Or Plymouth Mayflower, worthy of a fine new painting, both are justifiably world famous names?
Mayflower400, Plymouth, >progress< with a new meticulously researched painting. Painting on speculation, 61 x 91 cm [24″ x 26″], available, £5,000 a bargain as any good gallery should be delighted to show this painting. Discover more on my web site page ‘Plymouth, Mayflower‘ Mayflower400  is billed to be the biggest anniversary celebrations in the … Read more
This new marine painting measuring 30″x48″ (762x1219mm) has absorbed some 200 hours including location visits and research by myself and friends in Plymouth.
The scene is based principally on my numerous memories of Plymouth Cattewater by moonlight and shows the “crack” clipper ship Samuel Plimsoll during the 1880’s, loading emigrants Australia Bound. Colour and tone bars are placed here in the picture margin so you can adjust your monitor/screen if you wish to better view this new marine painting
This painting is intended as one of the center pieces for the exhibition next year offered me at the European Parliament; ~ unless some one makes me an offer I can’t refuse!
I also hope this formidable marine painting will inspire Plymouth City Council to make better use of the site in the same sort of way the splendid “Port of Chester 1863” inspired Chester council, a splendid story documented on page http://frickers.co.uk/marine-art/chester.html which included a civic reception for the painting and artist.
I am still exchanging emails re the European Parliament Marine Art Exhibition at Brussels.
Gallerie Marin (Market St, Appledore, N. Devon) reopening is great news for Audrey’s clients and artists including me, Gordon Frickers.
In my view Audrey Hinks is a great “people person”, one of the very, very few gallery owners who acts with total integrity with her clients and her artists.