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Unfinished Business  size 24inches x 36inches, oil on canvas
Unfinished Business size 24inches x 36inches, oil on canvas

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The second painting was completed in 2012 and shows the last moments of “Michipicoten” on November 17, 1972.
· Date: Thu, 4 April 19 · Views: 259
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vegaskip
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Thu, 4 April 19 09:11

Even better!.
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Thu, 4 April 19 09:20

A marvellous tribute to a proud ship that had a long life of service. She obviously had no intention of suffering the embarrassment of the breaker's torch.

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Thu, 4 April 19 13:13

Marek,

Fantastic! Both paintings are stunning. The sea and sky are so perfectly rendered. The ships too!

Keep them brushes wet!

Stephen
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Graham the pipe

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Thu, 4 April 19 14:34

I echo Stephen's comments, Marek. A truly incredible, 'one off' fusion of sea and sky. John Masefield could have used your painting to complement and advertise his work of poetic art.

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poe...-56d235e0d871e

I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky ... and a grey mist on the sea’s face and a grey dawn breaking. ... and the flung spray and the blown spume and the sea-gulls crying.
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Stephen J. Card

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Thu, 4 April 19 14:54

Marek,

Which tug, KORAL or JANTAR?

You don't mention in the descriptions.

Stephen
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Thu, 4 April 19 15:09

Two perfect paintings, the sea is very real

thanks for posting

regards
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marek sarba

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Thu, 4 April 19 15:31

Thank You very much.This is on m/t "Koral".So many years age that no more razor blades after tug but memories existing strong .
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Thu, 4 April 19 17:34

Thanks. Did you ever serve in Jantar?

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Thu, 4 April 19 17:37

I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky;
I left my socks and vest there. I wonder if they are dry?

Stephen
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marek sarba

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Thu, 4 April 19 19:24

I worked on "Jantar" but couple months only. This was a twin and difference was that Jantar was build without wings on bridge (exit to the stern on both sides and Koral was with small wings as average standard ship and everything else same. I hope that socks are dry. Vest for what, socks are important on hot deck.
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Fri, 5 April 19 12:57

Superb works Marek. Splendid scenes!

Thanks for sharing
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marek sarba

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Fri, 5 April 19 16:48

Thank You Roberto.
Marek
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Fri, 5 April 19 19:37

Hi Marek,

A few other differences. :-) The JANTAR had hefty yardarms on the top f the foremast. KORAL didn't but had very light yardarms in later life. In early life of the KORAL, the superstructure was painted grey.... boat deck to bridge deck. Only the monkey island screen was painted white. Such beautiful ships.

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marek sarba

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Sat, 6 April 19 10:03

The masts was on change (captains competitions and regulations, more radars etc) ,engine room vents and rolls , shape of upper stern rail with widening towing line support to slide on and many other small things but...identical. The major part of the that the best holding on any conditions of sea from all my ships starting from bulk to supertankers. After years Jantar developed waving of work deck plates when shipyard decided to replace them create more problems with line of main prop shaft, big problem., costly too but was solved on the end.Great tugs of those years.
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