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Thanks for commenting. Sorry , I no longer sell my paintings. This is my hobby, I am not a professional artist.I’m 81 and not all that 'mobile', I really don’t need the hassle of sending stuff overseas and everything that goes with it. I have been painting most of my life. I have seen works of most 'popular' Marine artists, so probably seen works by Dews.

stay safe


ps. If you are anywhere near Auchtermuchty, pop in.  I don’t mind selling 'over the counter'.

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1 minute ago, Roger Pellett said:

Pheasants are not supposed to be native to the Midwest USA.  Supposedly they were imported from China.  I thought those in Britain might be non-native too.  That’s why I asked the question.


They are originally from Asia, but have been introduced into many parts of the world, e.g. Europe, North America, Australia.

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Norwegan Incident 
11 May 1940
Around 2330/10, a convoy of ships departed Skjelfiord for the UK. The convoy was made up of the damaged light
cruiser HMS Penelope (Capt. G.D. Yates, RN) that was being towed by the tug HMS Brigand, the damaged destroyer
HMS Isis (Cdr. J.C. Clouston, RN) that was being towed by the tug HMS Buccaneer, the transport Lochee (964 GRT,
built 1937) and the tanker British Valour (6952 GRT, built 1927).
On departure from the Skjelfiord the convoy was escorted by the destroyers HMS Campbell (L.Cdr. R.M. Aubrey,
RN), HMS. Witch (Lt. Cdr. J.R. Barnes, RN) and the A/S trawler HMS St. Loman (T/Lt. R.C. Warwick, RNR).


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