ORIGINAL OIL ART

 

ITEM # FCPOA-00

TALL U.S. SAIL SHIP

A very beautiful turn of the 20th century, oil on canvas

of a tall U.S. Ship in full sail at sea

The oil has a wonderful aged crackle look & is in like new condition for its age

Framed in a a very ornate solid wood black & gold frame

Signed in the lower right corner

"ROYER"

CIRCA 1900-1925

The art is 10" L x 8" H

The frame is 15 1/2" L x 13 1/2" H x 2 1/2" D

495.00

ITEM # FCPOA-0
"FAREWELL VOYAGE"
THE S.S. LEVIATHAN
1938



An original oil on board, of the
S.S. LEVIATHAN
being released by tugs, departing on its final voyage.
Very nice colors, and in excellent condition for its age.
The art is marked in the lower middle
"THE S.S. LEVIATHAN LAST TRIP"
and signed by the artist on the lower right side
"GERALDINE DARWOOD 1938"
Framed in its original wooden gold leaf frame
The artist also painted the inside molding of the frame with similar
colors of the sea to match the artwork.
25" long x 17" high including frame.
495.00

PLEASE VISIT A-DECK, ITEM GM-6 FOR
THE HISTORY ON THE FAMOUS
"QUEEN OF THE SEAS"

ITEM # FCPOA-01
UNITED STATES COAST GUARD
"BARK EAGLE"
OIL ON CANVAS



A truly beautiful, & original, oil on canvas, of the Coast Guard Training Vessel
"BARK EAGLE"
painted sometime prior to its commission on May 15th, 1946 by
"PETER SHERLOCK"
A well known artist of the Rochester New York Area.
(NOTE THE RED COAST GUARD STRIPE HAD NOT YET BEEN ADDED TO HER BOW)
It took the artist three years to complete, often tiring due to age & its vast detail.
If you look closely to the bow  in the left center photo you can see the rust runoff from the anchor,  one of
the exquisite details of the work!!!

The art is signed in the lower right hand corner, & a brass tag was mounted
at the lower center of the frame
"U.S. COAST GUARD TRAINING BARK EAGLE"
The art is framed in a beautiful wooden & ornate gold leaf frame
35" long x 25 1/2" high
The art is
29 1/2" long x 19 3/4" high
Circa late 1940's
1,295.00

PLEASE READ ON ABOUT THIS HISTORIC
U.S. COAST GUARD VESSEL!!!


The Bark Eagle underway at sea in all its splendor

The Eagle is a three masted sailing barque.
Its home is the U.S. Coast Guard Training Academy in New London, Connecticut
docked on the Thames River.
It is one of only five training barques in the world today.
The name "EAGLE" goes back to the early history of the
"UNITED STATES LIFE SAVING SERVICE"
The first Eagle was commissioned in 1792, two years after the formation of the
Revenue Marine, which was the forerunner of the Coast Guard.
Today's Eagle is the seventh in a long line of proud cutters to bear the name.
It was originally built by
BLOHM & VOSS SHIP BUILDERS
HAMBURG, GERMANY
in 1936 & originally named the
"HORST WESSEL"
 Taken as a prize of war by the United States Coast Guard @ the end of WWII,
making its long journey from Bremerhaven to New London.
Commissioned by the U.S. Coast Guard May 15th, 1946.
The ship is 295 feet long, with a beam of 39.1 feet & a draft of 17 feet.
1816 gross tons, a steel hull, & 21,350 square feet of sail.
Its is on the decks & rigging of the Eagle that young men & women of the academy get
their first taste of salt air & sea life.
The vessel was also displayed in the 1976 bicentennial parade in New York City,
& still today is an active training vessel for the United States Coast Guard @ New London.
Just a truly wonderful part of the
Great South Bay Collection

ITEM # FCPOA-1
"COASTING"


A gorgeous original, oil on canvas, in a very old, detailed & ornate wooden frame,
depicting a very old sail vessel on the open sea.
The wonderful deep colors, and artistic details are magnificent.
Signed in the lower right hand corner
"ANNE MURATONE"
31 1/2" long x 25 3/8" H x 1 1/4" deep
The art its self is
23 3/4" long x 17 1/2" high
Circa early 20th century
1,295.00

ITEM # FCPOA-2
"J & E RIGGING"


A very beautiful, and original, oil on canvas, in a very old, and ornate wooden frame,
of the fishing and rigging vessel
"J & E RIGGING"
at the famous
"CLAUDIO'S DOCK"
 GREENPORT, LI, NY
WITH A VIEW OF SHELTER ISLAND IN THE BACKGROUND.
This vessel was owned & operated by
MR WILLIAM DeGRAPH, a resident of Sayville, LI
& it is believed that the vessel has been restored & is still in operation as a
sight seeing ship somewhere in the state of Maine.
(information ws obtained from an elder Sayville resident, who visited our
show at the Long Island Maritime Museum in July of 07)

The art has very nice colors, & has extremely detailed work, of an original vessel
that did operate from the Greenport Docks in the early/mid 1900's.
Signed by the artist in the lower right hand corner
"PAUL F SAYNOLD"
Tagged also in the rear
J & E Rigging, Fishing Boat
Artist Saynold
32 1/2" l x 26 1/2" h x 1 1/4" d
The art its self is
25 1/2" l x 19 3/4" h
Circa early/mid 20th century
495.00

ITEM # FCPOA-3
"MOUNTAIN SEASCAPE"


An original,  oil on canvas , on board, of a rough ocean pounding on a rocky and mountainous coastline.
Framed in its original ornate gold leaf, over plaster , over wood frame.
Signed in the lower right hand corner
"J BRIGHT"
23 1/2" Long x 19 1/4" High
Circa early/ mid 20th century.
295.00

ITEM # FCPOA-4
"THE NEW WORLD"

A beautiful , turn of the 20th century, oil on canvas harbor scene
of the New World during the late 1700's to mid 1800's.
Incredible detail, and wonderful colors, in excellent condition for its age.
A metropolitan city, with ships, and a man and women wearing the dress of the era.
Framed in a very ornate , hand carved hardwood frame with gold leaf inside border.
Their is no signature on this art however the artist was truly a gifted painter.
43 3/4" Long x 32" High  x 3" Deep
"SOLD"

ITEM # FCPOA-4A
"SUNRISE HARBOR SCAPE"


A beautiful oil on canvas Harbor Scape at sunrise, framed in a multi molding
 ornate wooden frame.
Very nice colors & detail.
Signed
"L. Y. EDLER"
The art is
35 1/2" long x 23 1/2" high
The frame
44 1/2" long x 32 1/2" high x 2 3/4" deep
Circa 1950/60's
395.00

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