Paintings of Ships

Paintings are organized by ship type. Use the links below to jump down the page.
Ocean Liners and Cruise Ships Yachts and Sailing Ships Old Sailing Ships Warships / Battleships    

Follow the links below to our featured paintings.
SS United States
SS United States Departing New York Harbor
USS New Jersey
USS New Jersey
Titanic
RMS Titanic Arriving at Chelsea Piers, New York
Queen Elizabeth 2
Queen Elizabeth 2 Entering New York Harbor

Our print-on-demand giclée art prints come signed by the artist, numbered, and documented. The artist's stamped Certificate of Authenticy accompanies each print. Our giclée prints are individually hand printed using durable acid-free art paper (exceeding density of 250 gsm), museum quality canvas and UV-stable inks. Some giclees are limited edition; please inquire for availability. Original paintings are available as shown. Click on a thumbnail image to see a larger product view.

Ocean Liners and Cruise Ships
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Media
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RMS Titanic Arriving at Chelsea Piers, New York

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RMS Titanic Arriving at Chelsea Piers, 17 April, 1912
1st painting in James A Flood 'What-If' series

  In this painting, RMS Titanic does not sink into the Atlantic; Indeed, she makes it to New York on Tuesday, nearly a day ahead of schedule, spends the evening at anchor for Customs, and heads for her berth early Wednesday morning. Once she is moored passengers will disembark. It will take a week to get everything in order for the next voyage, this not being the age of speedy travel. In this setting crowds have gathered and are waiting to share in the spectacular event. Titanic and her world are merging at Chelsea Pier 59  More ...


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

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$125.00


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RMS Titanic Passing Lower Manhattan, 1912

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RMS Titanic Passing Lower Manhattan, 2nd painting in James A Flood 'What-If' series

In this painting, RMS Titanic is depicted making her way to New York Harbor, White Star Lines Pier 59 following a successful voyage. Celegration bursts from the docks, crowds cheering in sequence as the liner, of size and luxury never before seen, maneuvers her way up the Hudson River. More...


Fine Art Paper Giclée

16" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
coming soon

Original Painting
Not Available


  $125.00


ss Carisbrook Castle Nearing Cape Town, 1906

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SS Carisbrooke Castle Nearing Capetown, 1906

In this painting, Carisbrooke Castle is depicted departing Cape Town, South Africa in and around 1906, as viewed from a point near Robben Island. In the background looms Table Mountain. In the foreground we see a sailing vessel, the crew looking up in admiration at the fine lines of the steamer ship as she passes. Their vessel is riding to a sea anchor to keep its bow in the wind, a maneuver which has freed the crew to relax and do as they please.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
25" x 40"


$125.00


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Titanic Deck Scene

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Titanic Desk Scene 

The deck view of the sinking ship, shortly after the collision, shows concern on the faces of Captain Smith, Thomas Andrews, and J. Bruce Ismay, the owner, as they head towards the viewer on their way to inspect the damage. More...


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$125.00


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RMS Titanic

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RMS Titanic

April 1912. The Titanic approaches Queenstown, Ireland, where she will make a one-hour call to collect her final passengers before setting sail to New York. In this painting she is cutting across St. Georges Channel, her fine lines and elegant counter stern dramatically displayed against the quiet iridescence of a fine Hibernian morning.


Offset Lithographic Print
20" x 28"


$60.00

 

Queen Elizabeth 2 Entering New York Harbor

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Queen Elizabeth 2 Entering New York Harbor

This painting was done by James A. Flood for dear friend and ocean liner aficionado Dr. Richard Gottlieb, who recalls with fond memories the magic of that distant morning as he entered New York Harbor onboard the QE2.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$125.00


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Queen Elizabeth 2 Miami Sunset

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Queen Elizabeth 2 Miami Sunset
Winter Sunset Maiden Departure, Port of Miami, November 15, 1997.
The artist was invited by Mr. Jay Black, along with noted ocean liner aficionado Dr. Richard Gotleib to view this famous liner aboard Mr. Black's boat, on a crisp and lovely Saturday in the early winter of 1997. It was on this occasion the artist was commissioned by Mr. Black to portray this magnificent ship. Mr. Flood is gratified to now offer lithos of this work to the cruising and liner enthusiast.

Offset Lithograph

21.5" x 28"

Fine Art Paper Giclée
18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$60.00


$125.00


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Victoria and Albert

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Victoria and Albert

Built in 1899, the Victoria and Albert was not commissioned until the year of Queen Victoria's death, becoming the official royal yacht of King Edward VII. The splendor of her elegant lines
and opulent furnishings provided a regal presence to many royal occasions and regattas across Europe. As the largest and most magnificent royal yacht in Europe, Victoria and Albert III served three monarchs, carrying King GerogeV and Queen Mary at the Jubilee Review of 1935, then, in 1937, King GeorgeVI and Queen Elizabeth at the Coronation Review. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
18" x 24"


$125.00


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Andrea Doria

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Andrea Doria 

 


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
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$125.00


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Spartan Prince and Kronprinz Wilhelm in New York Harbor, 1901-1904

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Spartan Prince and Kronprinz Wilhelm in New York Harbor, 1901-1904  

The Kronprinz Wilhelm was an express liner of the North German Lloyd Line, which ran between New York and Bremen from 1901 to 1714. The Spartan Prince was a smaller immigrant ship of the British Prince Line, which ran between New York and the Mediterranean port from 1897 to 1908. In this painting, the two ships are depicted passing in New York Harbor during the period between 1901 and 1904.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"



$125.00


SS Rex off the Coast of Italy

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SS Rex off the Coast of Italy  

One of the most beautiful liners ever built, the SS Rex is depicted in this painting in the Mediterranean, 1934, outward bound to the United States. In the background lies the coast of Italy. Cutting through the foreground, on port tack, witnessing sailors navigate a classic cutter-rigged yawl. Built by Ansaldo & Company, Sestri Ponente, in Genoa, Italy, 1931, the two-funnel liner wieghed 51,062 gross tons, was 880 feet long and 96 feet wide. This magnificent record breaking Italian liner held the Blue Ribbon as the world's fastest liner from 1933 until 1935.


Offset Lithographic Print

21.5" x 28"

Fine Art Paper Giclée
18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$60.00


$125.00


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Cunard's Monarchs of the Sea: Queen Elizabeth 2 and Queen Mary 2 in New York Harbor

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Cunard's Monarchs of the Sea: Queen Elizabeth 2 and Queen Mary 2 in New York Harbor

In Commemoration of the Historic Tandem Voyage of the Queen Elizabeth 2 and Queen Mary 2 in April of 2004.


Offset Lithographic Print

18" x 30"


$95.00


Queen Mary 2: Maiden Sunrise

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Queen Mary 2: Maiden Sunrise

This magnificent vessel is portrayed on the first sunrise of her maiden voyage. Having departed Southampton the evening before, she is now headed towards the Portuguese Island of Madeira. The newly risen sun bathes her in gold. Towering over 200 feet from the waterline, this colossal liner is the largest in the world. Faithfully following the Cunard tradition, the Queen Mary 2 is a worthy successor to many famous names of the past: Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth 2, Aquitania, and Mauretania, to name a few.


Offset Lithographic Print

21.5" x 28"


$80.00


SS United States Departing New York Harbor

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SS United States Departing New York Harbor

In this painting, SS United States is depicted departing the historic towers of downtown Manhattan in the early years of her career, her vast hull gleaming in the late afternoon sun. Pictured in the foreground is the artist and his wife, moved backward in time to the 1950’s and motoring by in their hand crafted launch Duchess, paying homage to the great liner as they wave and take photographs.

As of August 2011, $50.00 of the sale of each art paper giclée will be passed on to SS United States Conservancy for the preservation of the ship.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"



$125.00


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SS United States

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SS United States

This wonderful ship was never pressed beyond ¾ power and yet acheived the incredible speed of 43 knots on her trial.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"


$125.00


RMS Queen Mary

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RMS Queen Mary

This painting shows this Cunard speed queen in the early morning in mid ocean during the first year of her long career. The RMS Queen Mary was built by John Brown & Company, Limited in Clydebank, Scotland, for Cunard-White Star Line. She departed from Southampton for her maiden voyage on May 27th, 1936, initiating her Southampton-New York service. This singularly British liner gained popularity rapidly, and came to be cherished in both her homeland and the United States. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.


Offset Lithographic Print
20" x 28"



$70.00

RMS Mauretania

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RMS Mauretania

Sporting a white painted hull, this magnificent Cunard speed queen is portrayed departing New York in the early 1930's for a cruise. Reigning as the world’s fastest liner from 1907 to 1929, she was 790 feet long, 88 feet wide, and powered by steam turbines, quadruple screw. More conservative than the Lusitania, Mauretania was still exquisitely decorated. Commissioned into World War I, she carried more than 10,000 troops through three voyages to the battlefront. In 1934, after a series of mishaps, reconstructions, and bold resurgences, the Mauretania was at last removed from service. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub


Offset Lithographic Print
22" x 28"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$60.00


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SS Normandie

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SS Normandie

This painting shows this magnificent liner passing Isle de France in fog off Le Havre with French battleships Provence and Bretagne in the distance. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub


Offset Lithographic Print
20" x 28"
Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"



$60.00

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SS Florida and Iroquois

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SS Florida and Iroquois

Steamers departing Port of Miami for Havana in the early 1900's.


Offset Lithographic Print
20" x 28" 

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"



$60.00


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SS Bremen

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SS Bremen

Shows this fine German blue ribbon holder heading for her home port after an Atlantic voyage.


Offset Lithographic Print
20" x 28"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$60.00


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RMS Aquitania

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RMS Aquitania

Built for Cunard Line, the RMS Aquitania serviced Southampton- New York. She was commissioned in World War I as an auxiliary cruiser and then as a troopship, carrying over 30,000 troops in a three month period. She also served as a troopship in World War II, making her the only Cunard ship to serve in both world wars. When not at war, she resumed her transatlantic services. In the end, she logged over 3 million miles and 1.2 million passengers in her lifetime. This painting shows this four funnel liner approaching New York in 1924. This Cunard Liner was completed in 1914 and lasted until 1951. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub


Offset Lithographic Print
20" x 28"

Fine Art Paper Giclée
24" x 36"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$60.00


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SS Normandie - Bow View

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SS Normandie - Bow View

This painting shows this magnificent liner passing Isle de France in fog off Le Havre with French battleships Provence and Bretagne in the distance. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub


Offset Lithographic Print
20" x 28"



$ 80.00


Queen Victoria Joins the Fleet

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Queen Victoria Joins the Fleet

New York Harbor, 2008, Victoria Joins the Fleet is a painting by maritime artist James A Flood, painted in commemoration
of The Three Queens Meet in New York (Harbor) historic event. Here Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth 2, and Queen Victoria are portrayed meeting in New York Harbor on the 13th of January 2008. Spanning the background from the left is the statue of liberty followed by the skyscrapers of Newark and Manhattan. Governor’s Island and Brooklyn are visible to the far right.


Offset Lithographic Print
16.25" x 27"



Canvas Giclée
20" x 40"
24" x 48"

Original Painting
Not Available


$95.00




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Miami Roads

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Miami Roads

Commissioned by the Biscayne Bay Harbor Pilots Association, this painting depicts the hazards of being a harbor pilot in rough seas.

Biscayne Bay Harbor Pilots Website: http://www.floridapilots.com/Biscayne.htm


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 28"




$60.00


Debut of a Champion, RMS Mauretania Departing the Tyne, 1907

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Debut of a Champion, RMS Mauretania Departing the Tyne, 1907

RMS Mauretania is depicted in this painting triumphantly departing the Tyne River in at the start of her illustrious career, October 1907. Thousands of proud Britons have gathered to witness the event, covering bluffs and piers and even in boats, crowding every vantage point to see this spectacular new liner. On board Mauretania are most of the management of both Cunard (owner) and Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd. (builder). All are in a festive mood for the two-day trip around northern Scotland and into the Irish Sea to Mauretania’s new homeport of Liverpool. 


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
24" x 36"
30" x 48"


$125.00


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Scion of a Noble Line, the Meeting of Queen Mary and Queen Mary 2 in Long Beach, California, April 2006
Scion of a Noble Line, the Meeting of Queen Mary and Queen Mary 2 in Long Beach, California, April 2006

This image is of a painting done by James A. Flood commemorating the meeting of Cunard's super liner of the 21st Century, the famous Queen Mary 2, and her illustrious predecessor, for whom she is named, the Queen Mary, in the month of February, 2006, in Long Beach Harbor. This was their first meeting. In this depiction, Queen Mary 2 has entered the Port of Long Beach and has come within full view of the original Queen Mary, now permanently moored in the harbor. Educational Hub


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Queen Elizabeth 2: Solent Mist
Queen Elizabeth 2: Solent Mist

The loveable veteran Queen Elizabeth 2 is portrayed in foggy conditions near the coast of England, sometime around the late 1980's. A late afternoon sun filters through the fog to burnish her vast flank in reflected gold. Behind her, in the mist, a tall school ship ghosts by. One of the best loved ships today, she represents the epitome of British quality, a viable bridge between the classic liners of the thirties and forties and today’s giant cruise ships. 


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Queen Elizabeth 2 in New York Harbor
Queen Elizabeth 2 in New York Harbor

This image shows a late spring morning in 1952 at the Port of New York. The Queen Elizabeth, having set sail earlier that morning, has now progressed down to the lower bay, abeam of Staten Island and Arthur Kill. In the distance, the brand new S.S. United States, which has just captured the Blue Ribbon, steams against the backdrop of downtown Manhattan and Governor’s Island. 


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Queen Mary 1936 Sea Trials, Arran Mile
Queen Mary 1936 Sea Trials, Arran Mile, Painting II

This painting shows the brand new RMS Queen Mary off the coast of the Island of Arran. Here the Queen Mary is conducting her speed trials, as well as other tests, to determine her efficiency before being turned over to Cunard. The Queen Mary will pass her tests effortlessly, and continue on to a magnificent career both in war and peace. Today she is permanently berthed in the Port of Long Beach, California, open to visitors as a museum, hotel, and convention center. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
24" x 36"


$125.00


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Queen Mary 2 in the Solent
Queen Mary 2 in the Solent,  Painting II (2007)

Queen Mary 2 is portrayed working up speed as she departs the Solent on a very clear, brisk day early in her career. Astern of this great new Cunarder steams the beloved Queen Elizabeth 2. These two ships are the proud upholders of a tradition that dates back to the middle of the nineteenth century. It includes such proud liners as Mauretania, Aquitania, Berengaria, Carmania, and many others. Queen Mary 2 measures 1,131 feet, 3 inches long, making this colossal liner the longest in the world. Designed to carry up to 2,620 passengers with a crew of approximately 1,250, she is capable of exceeding a speed of 30 knots.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
24" x 36"


$125.00


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Titanic Sunrise

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Titanic Sunrise
RMS Titanic on the morning of April 11

Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
25" x 40"


Gripsholm
Gripsholm

Here the Swedish-American Liner enters port as a repatriation ship during World War II.


Fine Art Paper Giclée
18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
24" x 36"


$125.00


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The Loraline
The Lurline

 


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NS Savannah
NS Savannah

The world's only nuclear merchant ship: shown here making her way through fog in the San Francisco Harbor.


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Yachts and Sailing Ships
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Media
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White Heather and Britannia

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Atlantic city Remembered, The Way It Was, 1930's
This painting depicts the Atlantic city skyline as it looked in the 1930's. To the right of the painting sails the famous yacht Atlantic, holder of the all-time record for a 24-hour run: 341 miles at 14 knots. Here she is depicted heeling to a fresh westerly breeze coming off the Absecon salt marsh and bay. For more detailed information about this painting, the background buildings and vessels, click here.

Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$125.00


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White Heather and Britannia

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White Heather and Britannia
It is the early 1900's and the great age of the 'Big Boats' . White Heather is depicted in this painting racing against the royal yacht Britannia in the Solent. It appears that the Britannia may be winning yet another victory. In the background observers from a lawn party are enjoying an afternoon of unequaled charm while watching the popular competition. First in the Jim Flood Series "Great Age of the 'Big Boats' . 

Fine Art Paper Giclée

20" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 28"
30" x 40"


$140.00


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White Heather and Britannia in the Solent II

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White Heather and Britannia in the Solent II
Second in the Jim Flood Series "Great Age of the 'Big Boats' . White Heather and Britannia continue their race in the Solent.

Fine Art Paper Giclée

20" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 28"
30" x 40"


$140.00


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White Heather and Britannia in the Solent II

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Lady Diane

Painted for a fine friend, fellow artist, and lovely lady, Diane.



Fine Art Paper Giclée

20" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 24"
50" x 60"


$140.00


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Big Boats Working to Windward off Nantucket

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Big Boats Working to Windward off Nantucket

Third in the Jim Flood Series "Great Age of the 'Big Boats'. At the turn of the nineteenth century, the British love of sailing caught on in America, where the elegant racing yachts began to show up in the northeastern waters. Built for beauty and pleasure as well as competition, the yachts were magnificent in their size and elegance. Later, as the America's Cup came onto the scene, the passion for winning overwhelmed the sport, and later built racing yachts were designed primarily for speed and efficiency, strictly with a competitive edge in mind.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

17" x 25"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 40"


$125.00


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Shamrock V, 1935, Racing in the Solent

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Shamrock V, 1935, Racing in the Solent 

Sir Thomas Lipton, a man respected in both England and America for his great sportsmanship, built the Shamrock V in an attempt to win the America’s cup. This was the fifth vessel that he built for this endeavor. These vessels, all named Shamrock, were always painted a fine dark green. In the background, the brand new Normandie, of the French line, has anchored to load passengers.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 32"
28" x 44"


$125.00


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Britannia and Other Yachts, Racing in the Solent, 1912

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 Britannia and Other Yachts, Racing in the Solent, 1912 

This view shows his majesty’s yacht Britannia, owned by King George V, racing with other yachts off Cowes around 1912. In the background steams the RMS Olympic, while further in the distance looms the royal yacht Victoria and Albert.

Designed by G.L. Watson, the Britannia was built in 1893 at Henderson’s yard on the Clyde. She immediately proved herself a success, becoming a champion yacht in her first year. King Edward VII and his son George V regularly enjoyed sailing the Britannia. King George V requested that, after his death, the Britannia be scuttled rather than scrapped.


Canvas Giclée

20" x 32"
28" x 44"


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Chesapeake Summer

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Chesapeake Summer  

 


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Haldania Sailing into Port off the Mediterranean Coast

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Haldania Sailing into Port off the Mediterranean Coast

Haldania is a mythical ship portraying the destiny of a quite real young married couple, Hal and Dani. The painting was presented at their wedding, November of the year 2009. Chased by the setting Mediterranean sun, the couple sail into port. This evening they will rest and celebrate. Tomorrow they will embark on life's great journey together.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"


$125.00

 

Big Boats Working to Windward off Nantucket, Revisited

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Big Boats Working to Windward off Nantucket, Revisited

Fourth in the Jim Flood Series "The Great Age of the Big Boats", this painting, Working to Windward Revisited, a new original, is a remake of the first Working to Windward. Here James has slightly changed the atmospherics, the angle of the sailing yachts, and brought forward the background lighthouse.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

20" x 30"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 34"
24" x 40"


$135.00


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Shamrock Racing

Shamrock Racing



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Britannia and Candida

Britannia and Candida

 


Canvas Giclée
20" x 24"

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Old Sailing Ships
Description
Media
Price
HMS Britannia

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HMS Britannia in a Gale
Charles II's magnificent flagship was a 100 gun 3-decked line of battleship. Built in Chatham, England, and launched in 1682, the Britannia was the biggest ship of Charles II’s 30-ship program. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.

Offset Lithograph
available upon request


$60.00
HMS Britannia: Restored

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HMS Britannia in a Gale: Restored
Charles II's magnificent flagship was a 100 gun 3-decked line of battleship. Built in Chatham, England, and launched in 1682, the Britannia was the biggest ship of Charles II’s 30-ship program. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.

Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"


Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


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The Royal Charles, flagship to King Charles II

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The Royal Charles, flagship to King Charles II

A swift and magnificent vessel, the Royal Charles, in all her incarnations, had a service life that spanned well over a century. Modified in 1693, she was renamed the HMS Queen. Later, in 1715, her salvaged parts were used to build the HMS Royal George, a ship that remained in service until her sinking at Spithead anchorage in 1783. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.  


Fine Art Paper Giclée

20" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 24"


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Britannia Chasing the French

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Britannia Chasing the French 

Gracefully reflecting the cavalier era of the late seventeenth century, this magnificent 100-gun battleship of King Charles II is depicted under the command of Lord Russel, seeking the French fleet in 1692 following the Battle of Barfleur.


Fine Art Paper Giclée
18" x 24"
Canvas Giclée

24" x 36"


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HMS Richmond and HMS Dartmouth Tacking Up the Thames River

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HMS Richmond and HMS Dartmouth Tacking Up the Thames River  

During the late seventeenth century, ships navigating the Thames River depended on wind and tide, anchoring when the tide was adverse, alternatively weighing anchor and tacking with the tide at every opportunity. In this painting the two ships, HMS Richmond and HMS Dartmouth, are depicted on dramatically opposite tacks as they approach the town of Greenwich.


Fine Art Paper Giclée
18" x 24"
Canvas Giclée
24" x 36"


$125.00

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Soleil Royal and Britannia in Battle

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Soleil Royal and Britannia in Battle 

The scene in this painting depicts Soleil Royal and Britannia exchanging fire during the Battle of Barfleur in 1692. Lead by Adm. Tourvilles and sorely outnumbered, the French fleet, purportedly under order from King Louis XIV, attacked the Allied fleet, which consisted of Dutch and British ships. The battle was fierce, and in the end, the French, overwhelmed, were forced to flee, splitting into two groups. Soleil Royal, the flagship of Adm. Tourvilles, along with eleven other French ships were pressed by the Allied fleet and driven ashore at Cape La Hougue. The Allied fleet brought up their fire ships and destroyed Soleil Royal along with the other eleven French ships in the surf off la Hougue. The remainder of the French fleet, caught in the famous tidal race of Alderney, were swept to the west where they took refuge in various creeks, some driven ashore.

 


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"


Canvas Giclée
24" x 36"


$125.00



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Breaking the Line

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Breaking the Line  

In this painting, the HMS Victory, under the command of Admiral Nelson, is depicted breaking the battle line of the French & Spanish combined fleet at the onset of the Battle of Trafalgar. In the distance Vice Admiral Collingwood, leading the second column aboard the Royal Sovereign, is already engaged in exchanging fire in the second breach.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$125.00


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Lady Montegue

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Lady Montegue

Lady Montague is one of the artist’s few fictional ships; that is to say, one will find no actual historical record of such a ship. James named her after the wife of the first Earl of Sandwich, Edward Montague (an older spelling of the name) (1625 – 1673), a man he came to greatly admire through the writings of Samuel Pepys (1633 - 1703). After coming across a picture of Montegue’s wife, Jemima, and finding her beautiful, he decided that an equally beautiful ship must be her namesake. Lady Montegue represents the last of the elegant clipper ships that dominated sea trade throughout most of the nineteenth century. In this painting, Lady Montegue is depicted departing the English Channel in the early 1900’s. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.  


Offset Lithograph

20" x 28"

Fine Art Paper Giclée
18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


$60.00


$125.00


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Midnight Shipping off Newport

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Midnight Shipping off Newport

Moonlight presides in this painting depicting merchant activities off the coast of Newport, Rhode Island, late in the nineteenth century. Just beyond the small boat dim lights of various Newport mansions can be seen twinkling along the shoreline. Off to the left, marking the location of the Brenton reef, shine the two bright lights of the Brenton Reef Lightship.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"
24" x 36"


$125.00
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Battle of Texel, 1673

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Battle of Texel, 1673

The Battle of Texel during the third Dutch war took place just off the Dutch coast August 21, 1673. The Dutch fleet consisting of approximately 75 ships of the line was under the command of the accomplished Lieutenant-Admiral Michiel de Ruijter. The opposition was an allied fleet of approximately 30 French and 60 British ships and included Sir Edward Spragge leading the British fleet. In this painting, Sir Edward Spragge is depicted being rowed towards the Royal Charles, his intended third change of flagship after the first two had been damaged beyond use during the long summer day battle. All is soon to end for him in moments when a cannon ball strikes and everyone onboard the longboat perishes. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"


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Tryptic, the HMS Prince

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Tryptic, the HMS Prince

 


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USS Boston 1799

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USS Boston 1799

1799 Boston Frigate in Boston Harbor

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20" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 24"


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Hampton Court

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Hampton Court

This lovely 70-gun, double-decker ship, built under King Charles II, was named after the Hampton Court Palace. She was a participant in many of the battles of the second and third Dutch War during the latter half of the seventeenth century. 


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Breaking the Line
Rendezvous at Sunset  

During the restoration period, naval ships were designed with an eye towards beauty as well as war. In this painting, His Britannic Majesty’s Fleet of King Charles II is depicted after reconnaissance during the Third Anglo-Dutch War, the setting sun illuminating the full glory of this magnificent naval force as the ships execute a combining maneuver to bring them into a line ahead in order to ascend the Thames River. Here the 80-gun HMS Hampton Court follows the beautiful new 100-gun ship of the line, HMS Royal Charles, accompanied by other ships of the line and two royal yachts.  


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Royal Yacht Regatta
Royal Yacht Regatta

Presented to the Duke of Edinburgh in 1996, this painting represents a vast array of royal yachts, both past and present.

 


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Gondola
Gondola

 


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Santissima Trinidad
Santissima Trinidad

 

 


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USS Boston 1776
USS Boston 1776

 


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USS Boston 1840
USS Boston 1840

 


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Clipper Ship
Clipper Ship

This painting depicts a clipper ship sailing off the coast of California.

 


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Royal Clipper
Royal Clipper

 

 


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HMS Prince
HMS Prince

 

 


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Warships / Battleships
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HMS Repulse 1936

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HMS Repulse 1936  

This painting depicts her first post refit entry into Portsmouth, just following her sea trails, gleaming and spic and span in her fresh paint. Such occasions would bring a considerable number of onlookers. This crowd is struck by the stunning elegance of her fierce and majestic symmetry. Originally designed in 1914 to be a Royal Sovereign Battleship, the building of the HMS Repulse was halted by the onset of WWI. When building reinitialized later in the year, after the Falkland’s battle, it was determined that she was to be instead a battle cruiser, a much larger vessel than the original design). Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.  


Fine Art Paper Giclée

17" x 28"
22" x 44"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 40"
24" x 48"

Original Painting
24" X 48" Available



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HMS Repulse 1936

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Hr.Ms. Schoonveldt, the Royal Netherland's Navy Battle Carrier, Schoonveldt, off Krakatoa - January 1940

Commissioned by Mark Klimaszewski to be used as a cover for his novel 'far Aft and Faintly', soon to be published by frigate Publishing LLC. of Houston, Texas.

In this painting the Dutch battle-Carrier Fleet is depicted maneuvering in the Sunda Straits of the western Java Sea under the command of the intrepid Vice admiral Martin Danielzoon Sweers. The year is 1940. To the right Hr.Ms. Schoonveldt is viewed sailing west-southwest off the remaining eastern section of the original cone of the Volcano Krakatoa. In the foreground left sails a colorful Chinese Junk so familiar to the waters of the Indonesian Archipelago. 


Fine Art Paper Giclée

18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"



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USS Olympia

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USS Olympia  

Admiral Dewey''s flagship brand new in 1885. The elaborate scroll work on her bow and stern was removed sometime before her famous action at Manila Bay in 1998 and shipped to the US Naval Academy in Annapolis where it can be seen today. 


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18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
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$125.00


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USS Oklahoma

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USS Oklahoma 

The two ships of the Oklahoma class, USS Nevada and USS Oklahoma, were authorized in 1911 and launched in 1912. The Oklahoma displaced 34,000 tons, with an overall length of 583 feet, and a beam of 107 feet, 11 inches. Her reciprocating engines produced 25,300 horsepower through twin screws driving the ship at 20.5 knots. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub


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18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
24" x 36"


$125.00


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USS Maine

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USS Maine  

Showing the flag at Havana in 1898. The first morning. This singularly beautiful second-class armored battleship was commissioned in 1895. She eventually joined the forces developing off the Coast of Cuba, as the struggle between Spain and the revolutionary forces of Cuba heightened. Tragically, on the evening of February 15th, her entire forward part erupted in an explosion which ultimately killed 260 of the 350 aboard. Although she was raised for investigation in 1910, the true cause of the explosion was never resolved to everyone's satisfaction, and remains a mystery. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.  


Fine Art Paper Giclée

22" x 28"


$60.00


USS New Jersey

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USS New Jersey

This painting depicts this wonderful battleship (the most decorated in the Navy) in her 1960's configuration. It was painted for her 50th anniversary. 


Fine Art Paper Giclée

19" x 25"


$60.00

USS New Jersey Version 2

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USS New Jersey, Vesion 2

Revised version of the original USS New Jersey painting. 


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USS Pennsylvania

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USS Pennsylvania 

Bow view. Flagship U.S. Fleet 1916 - 1945. This painting shows the ship in her prime in 1936 forging through the Pacific rollers. 


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 24"

Original Painting
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$60.00


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USS California

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USS California 

Shown departing New York Harbor around 1936. 


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 28"

Original Painting
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$60.00


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USS West Virginia

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USS West Virginia 

Shows this battle wagon departing Brooklyn Navy Yard in the early 1930's.


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 28"

Original Painting
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$60.00


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USS Texas BB35

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USS Texas BB35 

This magnificent ship, the only remaining dreadnaught battleship in the world to be preserved of her era, is now moored at the San Jacinto Memorial, la Porte Texas, where she is open to visitors. This painting shows her in her prime, paintwork spotless and brightwork shined, in her Atlantic flagship role. She is depicted in this painting departing New York Harbor around 1938.


Offset Lithographic Print

21.5" x 28"


$60.00

Pacific Bulwark

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Pacific Bulwark

In this painting the fleet flagship Pennsylvania leads the 1930's US battleship fleet in artillery exercises.


Offset Lithographic Print

22" x 28"

Original Painting
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$60.00


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USS Boston CAG 1

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USS Boston CAG 1

This painting of the world's first guided missile cruiser was one of seven paintings by the artist depicting the different ships so named in US history.


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 28"



$60.00

HMS Repulse 1937

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HMS Repulse 1937

Portrays the elegant British battle cruiser at firing practice during the 1930's. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.


Offset Lithographic Print

22" x 28"

Original Painting
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$60.00


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USS Boston CA-69

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USS Boston CA-69

The ship is displayed off Truk on the 30th of April 1944 ably defending herself from enemy air attack. She has just scored a direct hit on a Japanese torpedo bomber.


Offset Lithographic Print

22" x 28"

Fine Art Paper Giclée
17" x 22"
24" x 30"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 24"


$60.00


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USS Boston SSN-703

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USS Boston SSN-703

This nuclear sub is depicted inbound from a cruise.


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 24"


$60.00

USS Oklahoma 1936

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USS Oklahoma 1936

Depicts this proud ship departing Portsmouth Harbour, England, in 1936. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 24"


$60.00

USS Arizona

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USS Arizona

Portrays this famous battleship in happier times in 1936 departing Pearl Harbor. The Navy yard is visible off her bow. Ford Island with a New Mexico class battleship is in the background off her stern.


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 28"

Original Painting
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$60.00


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USS Pennsylvania, San Francisco

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USS Pennsylvania, San Francisco

Flagship US fleet passing beneath the newly completed Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, as part of the opening ceremonies in 1937.


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 28"

Original Painting
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$60.00


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The Homecoming

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The Homecoming

This work shows USS New Jersey, the most decorated ship in the Navy, returning to her home waters to become a memorial on Veteran's Day 1999.


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 28"




$60.00


USS Nevada

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USS Nevada

This fine battle wagon is displayed in heavy seas during the 1930's.


Offset Lithographic Print

20" x 28"

Original Painting
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$60.00


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USS Alabama

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USS Alabama

The USS Alabama is portrayed at sunset in the Pacific Ocean, as she engages in battle.

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HMS Exeter's Final Battle

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HMS Exeter's Final Battle

HMS Exeter is portrayed fighting her last battle on 1st March 1942, after being trapped by Japanese forces in the Java Sea. Already justly famous for her part in the December 1939 South Atlantic engagement known as The Battle of the River Plate--which led to the destruction of the German ‘pocket’ battleship Admiral Graf Spee off Montevideo--HMS Exeter was herself cornered and sunk in similar circumstances. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub.


Fine Art Paper Giclée
14" x 21"
18" x 24"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


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$125.00


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HMS Duke of York

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HMS Duke of York

 


Fine Art Paper Giclée
14" x 21"
18" x 24"
22" x 34"
24" x 36"

Canvas Giclée
20" x 30"
24" x 36"


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USS Modoc: United States Coast Gaurd Cutter Modoc (USS Modoc CG WPG-46)

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USS Modoc: United States Coast Gaurd Cutter Modoc (USS Modoc CG WPG-46)

In maritime battle history, much has been written about the interception and sinking of the Bismarck. In a four-day battle sequence riddled with stories of the unexpected, one of the most dramatic is that of the US Coast Guard Cutter Modoc; a small ship caught up in the middle of a very big battle. Fog, mistaken identity, and the providence of a jammed mechanism all play a role in her singular wartime adventure. On May 24th, 1941, the Bismarck mistakes the Modoc for an enemy ship. The Bismarck takes aim to fire, but the signal flag acknowledging the order to commence fire jams, delaying the firing of guns. Before the issue is resolved, the Modoc vanishes into the safety of the mist. Learn more about this ship in our Educational Hub


Fine Art Paper Giclée
13" x 19"
17" x 22"



$75.00
$100.00
USS Tennessee
USS Tennessee

 


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Badden
Badden

Featuring 15-inch guns, this ship was considered the ultimate in WWI class German Battleships. 


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Chauncy
Chauncy

 


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USS Boston
USS Boston

In service during the turn of the century.


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The Franklin D. Roosevelt
The Franklin D. Roosevelt

 


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The Dougherty
The Dougherty

 


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The Dougherty (Side View)
The Dougherty (Side View)

This painting depicts the Dougherty off Awak Island in the Aleutians.


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The Langley
USS Langley

A light carrier, the USS Langley is displayed recovering from a 70-degree roll as she navigates the famous typhoon of 1944.


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USS Texas
USS Texas

 


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LST 32
LST 32

 


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The Hazelwood
The Hazelwood

 


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USS New Jersey (Side View)
USS New Jersey (Side View)

 


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Macon
Macon

 


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Rogers
Rogers

 


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Oriskany
Oriskany

 


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USS Arkansas
USS Arkansas

Old in the twenties and never modernized, this battleship was one of the oldest, slowest, and least protected of the battleships to heroically survive WWII. 

USS Arkansas Link: Dictionary of Amercian Fighting Naval Ships: USS ARKANSAS 


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