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Art Marine
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Art Marine offers a broad selection of marine prints and paintings for sale, by the best of British maritime artists.
Art Marine offers a broad selection of marine prints and paintings for sale, by the best of British maritime artists.

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We love the way #GeoffHunt brings the chase by HM ships Majestic and Endymion in pursuit of USS President to life. #MarineArt as it should be, if you want to know more about this original oil on canvas and others, please contact us now. www.artmarine.co.uk/GeoffHuntRSMA.aspx
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A stunning range of marine artist, James Brereton's brilliant portrayal of 19th Century sailing ships and boats, with its meticulous attention to detail, makes him a worthy successor to Montague Dawson and Thomas Somerscales. http://www.artmarine.co.uk/brereton.aspx
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2014-05-12
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We have just delivered #JennyMorgan’s painting of the schooner Aquila Marina, commissioned by Art Marine for a client residing in France.”  The schooner belonged to a friend of the client, the racing driver #JochenMass
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The original oil on canvas painting of “#EnglandExpects by #GeoffHunt…” has been sold by Art Marine to an American collector - exciting current news!
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Marine Paintings by #JennyMorgan (4 photos)
More news, having sold two of #JennyMorgan's delightful paintings last week, we have now received from her studio four more superb examples of her work, just added to the Jenny Morgan Gallery: http://www.artmarine.co.uk/jennymorgan.aspx
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2014-04-23
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In this stunning image, #HMSVictory leads the Windward Squadron as the first part of the famous signal flies at the mizzen.  The Franco-Spanish line is seen ahead, with the Spanish flagship Santisima Trinidad on the left, her distinctive orange-yellow paintwork clearly discernible.  This is a definitive, highly detailed painting, a classic #GeoffHunt.  Full details can be found on page 1 of The #NelsonCollection.

The original painting is at the framers and will be available for sale soon.  If you would like to register an interest, please let me know.
http://www.artmarine.co.uk/SearchPage.aspx
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#GeoffHunt  RSMA
#TheHeavyweightPunch

Signed & numbered limited edition giclee print...

In the misty calm of the morning of 21st October 1805, three of Britain’s most powerful ships - Victory (100 guns), Temeraire (98) and Neptune (98) are seen in full sail, majestically bearing down on the enemy line off Cape Trafalgar..
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#GeoffHunt  
#WestIndiesSquadron 

Rear-Admiral Hornblower's frigates and sloops on manoeuvres...

A scene from #Hornblower in the West Indies, chronologically the last in the series.

In contrast to the other novels in the series, which take place during the 1793–1815 wars with revolutionary and Napoleonic France, this story takes place when Britain is at peace, May 1821 - October 1823. 

Hornblower has been promoted Rear-Admiral and has been named in command of the West Indies station, i.e. the Caribbean, with a squadron consisting of three frigates and fourteen brigs and schooners. 
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#GeoffHunt #TheCommodore HMS Surprise under Royals and Stunsails.
All the published limited edition prints of the cover art of the brilliant #Aubrey / #Maturin series of historical novels.

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You might like to know that #GeoffHunt has completed a magnificent new painting of a classic historical subject: #EnglandExpects...' #HMSVictory makes her Signal to the Fleet 11.45am, 5th October 1805. There will be a limited edition print both on paper and canvas (size 24"x 35") signed by Geoff Hunt. Art Marine will be selling the painting within the next few months. Please get in touch if you would like to register an interest www.artmarine.co.uk. More details to follow...
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