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The Tea Clipper 'Sea witch' painting

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Old 12th May 2010, 18:19
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Hi Everyone!
It's certainly over due but I've completed a painting of a tall ship, I chose the Tea Clipper 'Sea witch' for many reasons, I don't think you'll have to imagine the more obvious reasons mind!
Here she is...... http://www.seawitchartist.com/tea-clipper-sea-witch.htm
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Old 12th May 2010, 22:38
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Old 13th May 2010, 01:38
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Thanks Fred!
I really liked the Cuttty Sark video you've linked too!
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I did a small companion painting of her house flag too, http://www.seawitchartist.com/sea-witch-flag.htm ..the Howland & Aspinwall company is really interesting and this came in handy for website content.
At home I have a replica of the Cutty Sarks House flag (John Willis & Son) made by Harrisons who supply the ship.
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