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PNewton1A painter, illustrator and writer, Parker Newton was born in New York and lived and worked in the environs of Toronto, Canada; New York City; and the state of Connecticut. He died in Neuilly, France (a Paris suburb) on May 13, 1928.

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OMalleyKJVJulia O’Malley-Keyes resides in Falmouth, Massachusetts, where she lives and paints in her studio. Her affinity for the ocean is reflected in her luminous coastal landscapes, seascapes, and paintings of classic yachts including the “Big J’s”, Endeavour, Endeavour II, Shamrock V, Velsheda, and Ranger.

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OliverTV Thomas Oliver was born on Isle of Wight. He has been living in and around Cowes for many years.
The artist has been best known for his magnificent paintings of classic yachts. Thomas Oliver is certainly considered one of the finest marine painters of this century, and is represented in many important collections both in Europe and the United States.

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PailthorpeRJVRobert James Pailthorpe was possibly from Rhode Island, active (at least) in the 1960s and 70s. He may have lived in the Virgin Islands as reproductions of his charcoal sketches of the USVI are quite common.

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PansingFVBorn in Bremen, Germany, Pansing became a sailor at age 16. After five years at sea, he settled in Hoboken, New Jersey establishing himself as a marine painter and portraitist in 1865. With excellent draftsmanship he also worked in New York City and Brooklyn as an artist illustrating sheet music and painting names on steamboats.

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ParsonsCVCharles Parsons was a British-born artist who emigrated to America, where he painted in oil and watercolor as well as working in lithography. After being apprenticed to George Endicott, Charles Parsons worked for Nathaniel Currier, later Currier & Ives. He became head of the art department of Harper’s publishing firm in 1863.

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Although little is known about this artist who adeptly worked in both watercolors and oils, records show that he sailed to the far east in the 1860's. (Traditionally, the majority of sea painters lacked any gallery representation, preferring instead to work directly from commissions by the vessel owners themselves).

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PetersonPVBorn in Denver, Colorado, in 1931, Peterson spent four years at sea with the U.S. Navy. His principal duty- as a hand on an ocean-going tug sailing the Aleutian Islands, North Pacific, Bering Sea and Arctic Ocean- imprinted the northern waters indelibly in his mind.

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V Vincent del Piano has been a marine painter for over 25 years with lifelong experience as a sailor and boat builder. He was born in Boston, MA in 1939 and was a resident of Winthrop and Marblehead until the year 2001. He is currently residing in Vienna, Maine.

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PierceJWV Although little is known about this artist who adeptly worked in both watercolors and oils, records show that he sailed to the far east in the 1860's. (Traditionally, the majority of sea painters lacked any gallery representation, preferring instead to work directly from commissions by the vessel owners themselves).

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PlatjeMVMaarten Platje was born in Rotterdam in 1967.Already in his youth, the Dutch landscape with its waterways and ships was the subject of his drawings and paintings.

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MorganJVBurnell Poole was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He married in 1920 to his only wife, Constance; they had a son, Burnell Poole, Jr., in 1924.
During the First World War he took hundreds of photographs of the work of US Navy shipyards.

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RaleighCSVBorn in Gloucester, England in 1830, Raleigh was a sailor from boyhood, running away to sea at age ten aboard a British naval vessel commanded by his uncle. He served in the American navy during the Mexican war and later served as a merchant seaman. In 1877 he settled in New Bedford, Massachusetts and was listed as a marine painter.

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RascheRVRobert was born in Beverly, Massachusetts and grew up on the north shore of Boston spending much of his childhood at the ocean in Wells, Maine.

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RenardSJV Stephen Renard was born in Huddersfield in 1947. Although he was interested in art, and clearly gifted artistically from an early age, he chose to go to teachers training college at Liverpool University, concentrating on the sciences. After an initial career as a teacher, he became a professional portrait artist and supplemented his income as an illustrator of children's comics.

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ReynoldsKV Keith L. Reynolds has been actively painting since 1961. He is an award-winning member of the Society of Illustrators, New York, where he has been a member since 1964. Reynolds is also a member of American Society of Marine Artists.

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RigbyAVAdrian Rigby was born in Chorley, England in 1962. He demonstrated considerable artistic talent from an early age. Rigby is an internationally recognized, award winning artist. He studied at Blackpool Art College where he learned to paint in oil, acrylic and gouache. Rigby exhibits widely, and has sold paintings to collectors as far as Asia, Europe, America and Australia.

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RobinsTSVThomas Sewell Robins was probably born in London in 1810, although the date of his birth could have been 1809 since he was 70 when he died in 1880. Little is known of his childhood but, showing an early talent for art, he was admitted into the Royal Academy Schools on 22nd April, 1829.

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SandersLVLeslie was a self-taught painter who was influenced early on, growing up and sailing the waters of Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.

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SargeantHV.jpg Henry Sargeant was a British visual artist who was born in 1798. Several works by the artist have been sold at auction, including 'Pair of Works: The First Race for the America's Cup' sold at Bonhams New York 'Important Maritime Paintings' in 2014 for $37,500. The artist died in 1868.

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