Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame
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Fine Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships Gilt Frame

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  • 1 Fine Victorian Style Vintage Reproduction Maritime Oil Painting British Clipper Ships High Seas After James Edward Buttersworth. 
  • In the style of after similar to James Edward Buttersworth.
  • Subject maritime.  
  • A superb depiction 
  • Oil on board.  
  • Vintage reproduction copy.
  • James Edward Buttersworth (1817–1894) was an English painter who specialized in maritime art. 
  • He is considered among the foremost ship portraitists of the nineteenth century. 
  • His paintings are particularly known for their meticulous detail, dramatic settings, and grace in movement.  
  • Buttersworth was born in London, England in 1817 to a family of maritime artists.  
  • He studied painting with his father Thomas Buttersworth Jr who was also noted for the genre. 
  • James Edward Buttersworth was born in Britain and trained in the art of marine painting. 
  • His teacher was none other than his own father, Thomas Buttersworth, a well-known marine painter in his own right.  
  • By the time he was 30, James had relocated to the America’s and set up a studio in New York. 
  • Buttersworth dedicated the entirety of his 60 year career span to painting marine subjects, specifically, ships at sea. 
  • Clipper ships were his specialty, but he also painted racing ships and was able to witness and paint the birth of steam ships. 
  • More than 600 of his works have been cataloged, each one bearing his unique style and attention to detail.
  • Having a fine masters touch with exceptional controlled brush work.   
  • Which really captures the scene.   
  • Very pleasing to the eye a true master finest artist.  
  • Circa mid 20th century.   
  • Set in rather attractive small gilt frame.  
  • We provide friendly professional customer service.  
  • Bought from a private seller.   
  • New hanging thread attached on the back ready for immediate home display.  
  • Condition report.    
  • Offered in fine used condition.  
  • Having various noticeable wear and minor chips to the frame, foxing craquelure to the surface in places commensurate with usage & age.   
  • It could do with a clean.  
  • International worldwide shipping is available.
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  • Cash upon collection is welcome.    
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Dimensions in centimetres of the frame approximate 

24cm High 
29cm wide                                                                                                                                  

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