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TRADEWINDS GALLERY The American Society of Marine Artists has become a reality, thanks to the ability and work of our distinguished Board of Trustees, the dedication of Maryanne Murphy as Executive Director, and the tremendous show of enthusiasm and support of over 100 Charter Members. We are well on our way to fulfill our obligations to recognize, encourage and promote maritime art and history as an essential part of our nation's heritage. To help meet this goal, we are holding our 1st Annual Exhibition at the U.S. customhouse Exhibition Gallery, 6 World Trade Center, New York. A private preview and reception will be held Wednesday, November 15 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. The exhibit will be open to the public Thursday, November 16, and run through Thursday December 13. The hours will be 9:00 am until 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, closed Saturday and Sunday. The paintings submitted to the judges will determine which artists will receive a classification as "Artist Member" of the Society. Therefore extreme care has been given to the selection of a panel of judges. We are fortunate and honored in receiving the acceptance of men distinguished in the art and marine field for our jury: Bob Abbett and Bob Kuhn, two of America's leading artists, George Wintress, curator of the world-famous collection of the Seaman's Bank for Savings, Olin Stephens, distinguished naval architect, and Philip Kappel, noted marine etcher and author. CHARLES LUNDGREN President NOTE: As we go to press, arrangements are underway to have the exhibition travel to a number of maritime museums and galleries who have expressed interest in showing it.
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19th & 20th Century Art Marine Subjects and Regional Scenes, Marine Antiques, Oriental Art and Objects. Currently we offer works by S. Aalund, F. Cozzens, R. Deis, C. D. 22 x 36 Oil on canvas in original Hodges, W. Homer, A. Jacobsen, M. frame. Signed, dated l.r. "A. Jacobsen 1903" Johnson, F. Klay, among others.
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SEA HISTORY PRINTS A limited edition of 200 collector's prints, each signed and numbered by the artist is offered for sale to benefit the work of the N.M .H.S . Price $48 per copy, image size approx. 11 x 17 . "Ranger versus Drake," by Wm. (.;ilkerson
TO: NATIONAL MARITIME HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Please send me prints of "Drake versus Ranger" at $48 per print. My check for $ is enclosed. AOORESS _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
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