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The 'Mary Whitridge' Clipper

By Montague Dawson

102 x 56 cm Premium Giclee Print
82 x 37 cm without border
299,99 €
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102 x 56 cm

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Gouttelette premium giclee print on paper accompanied by a certificate signed by the master printer Produced on acidfree archival watercolour paper with a distinct textured surface Gouttelette prints have remarkable colour saturation and continuous tone characteristics one would expect of an original painting

Item# 3101128467A
102 x 56 cm Premium Giclee Print
82 x 37 cm without border
299,99 €
209,99 €
Ships in 3-5 Days
ADD TO CART

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Gouttelette premium giclee print on paper accompanied by a certificate signed by the master printer Produced on acidfree archival watercolour paper with a distinct textured surface Gouttelette prints have remarkable colour saturation and continuous tone characteristics one would expect of an original painting

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Montague Dawson (1895 – 1973), deemed “King of the Clipper Ship School,” was one of the greatest mariner artists of the 20th century. Growing up by the waters of Southampton in a seafaring family, he was comfortable with the water and used it as his main theme. Deftly portraying the interplay between sky, sea, and vessel in his portraits of tempest-tossed ships on the high seas, Dawson illustrated maritime battles for “the Sphere” during World Wars I and II. At the peak of his career, he was said to be the highest-paid painter aside from Picasso.

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Gouttelette premium giclee print on paper accompanied by a certificate signed by the master printer Produced on acidfree archival watercolour paper with a distinct textured surface Gouttelette prints have remarkable colour saturation and continuous tone characteristics one would expect of an original painting

About the Art

Montague Dawson (1895 – 1973), deemed “King of the Clipper Ship School,” was one of the greatest mariner artists of the 20th century. Growing up by the waters of Southampton in a seafaring family, he was comfortable with the water and used it as his main theme. Deftly portraying the interplay between sky, sea, and vessel in his portraits of tempest-tossed ships on the high seas, Dawson illustrated maritime battles for “the Sphere” during World Wars I and II. At the peak of his career, he was said to be the highest-paid painter aside from Picasso.

Item# 3101128467A
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The 'Mary Whitridge' Clipper

By Montague Dawson

102 x 56 cm Premium Giclee Print
82 x 37 cm without border
299,99 €
209,99 €
Ships in 3-5 Days
ADD TO CART