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The Union by Nicolas Fox, 11 x 14 inches, oil As artists, we seek to illuminate that which makes life so meaningful, whether acts of bravery by service members at sea, the glowing sails of a schooner at sunset, or a simple glint of sunlight on a ripple at the water’s edge. Art can serve as a rudder when we’re scudding under bare poles, and it helps us remember that we’re all, always, in the same boat.

Sound Inter-Clubs, Long Island 1934 by Richard Loud, 25 x 42 inches, oil

The Captain’s Chair by Neal Hughes, 24 x 30 inches, oil

Nicolas Fox is vice president and a director of The American Society of Marine Artists. (www.nicolasfoxgallery.com; ASMA: www.americansocietyofmarineartists.com)

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SEA HISTORY 172, AUTUMN 2020

Sea History 172 - Autumn 2020  

Pg. 10 NMHS Annual Awards Dinner—A Virtual Celebration! • Pg. 16 Freedom and Whaling on Nantucket, by Skip Finley • Pg. 22 Discovering Sea H...

Sea History 172 - Autumn 2020  

Pg. 10 NMHS Annual Awards Dinner—A Virtual Celebration! • Pg. 16 Freedom and Whaling on Nantucket, by Skip Finley • Pg. 22 Discovering Sea H...

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