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  1. Ship paintings

    Convoy Rescue Ship St Clair steaming slowly through ice with Aurora Borealis. W/C 11" X 9" This is after adjusting colour brightness and contrast!. Jim
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    I'm 77, so probably about 70 years. I retired in 2006 so I've been able to paint a lot more since then. The last 5 years have been a bit more serious, with exhibitions, book covers and illustrations. I no longer take pics to Galleries, with a view to sales, some don't even look at them., they are more interested in Highland Cattle and abstract. I'm not rich, but we live reasonably comfortably. I sell the odd painting now and then. I'm too old for the hassle of running a business. Here is today's offering. Two Royal Navy Cutters chasing a French Frigate late 18th century. W/C 15" X 11"
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    Off Aberdour, County class cruiser, part of the Grand Fleet and American Battleships getting up steam east of the Forth Bridge WW1. Watercolour 15 X 11 inches. Jim
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    Haven't been painting for a while, but did this yesterday and today 'Dispatches' no particular ships. Jim watercolour 14" X 10"
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    At sea early 20 century. Not one of my best, but a nice way to pass the afternoon. W/C 15" X 11" Jim
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    Isles class Trawler based on HMCS Liscomb in typical North Atlantic weather Watercolour 15" X 11" Jim
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    A/S Trawler on Convoy escort, butting through a heavy swell and getting ready for the coming night on the 'bumpy road North' W/C 15" X 11"
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    Shore party. Fresh water was a constant worry in the days of sail. jim
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    Rear Admiral of the Red being rowed out to his Flagship off Drakes Island in Plymouth sound W/C mixed media Artboard 11" X 8" jim
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    one from some time a go. 1997 I think Jim
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    This time T2 type Tanker in the Suez Canal. jim
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    A little change . Pencil sketch Trawler 'United Boys and 'Bervie Braes' 10 X 7 inches
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    Certainly will Heres the latest. Jim
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    Five of the six paintings for the Easter Weekend Exhibition and Sale at St Andrew Blackadder church at North Berwick. Bring your 'plastic'. Jim
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    Barque Galena, Ashore on the Oregon Coast. My figures need a lot more practice!. 15" X 11" Jim

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