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Societa Anonyma CANTIERII CERUSA in GENOVA-VOLTRI 1921. On the right the 8000 ton ship MINCIO under construction. Opposite on the left side of the street the Baroque church SS. NICOLO ed ERASMO.

Oil on panel 12 x 16 inch / 2020
· Date: Fri, 31 July 20 · Views: 252
· Filesize: 42.4kb, 446.5kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 771 ·
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blausioux

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Fri, 31 July 20 06:13

Template is a black and white photo card on the time.
I usually never use a popular card as a template. That makes no sense. In this case I made an exception.

Emil

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Frank P

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Fri, 31 July 20 06:30

A nice painting Emil, it's good that you made the exception, it looks like that ship was the maximum size for that yard....

Cheers Frank
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blausioux

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Fri, 31 July 20 11:46

........absolutely Frank, the area was really narrow and small. The small shipyard was taken over by ANSALDO. Corvettes were then built for the Navy during the Second World War.

Emil

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Graham the pipe

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Fri, 31 July 20 14:43

Thanks for transporting me from lock-down Surrey UK to times of yore, Emil and a world that is lost forever. Please take that as a huge compliment on your artistic prowess!

Have as great a weekend as possible.

Kindest. GGG
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Spanish Binnacle

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Fri, 31 July 20 15:41

Great work Emil.

This painting show us a new point of view, very interesting. Nobody on scaffolding working. My imagination tell me that probably is lunch time or Sunday.

Lovely italian light! Superb.

Roberto

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blausioux

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Sat, 1 August 20 04:50

Many thanks Graham and Roberto,

A time when life and work took place in a confined space.
When it was Sunday, the shipyard workers had no way to go to church or an osteria.
I'm also always fascinated by how private boats and visitors on the beach could watch the launch in close distance without barriers. Or the housewife, who said to himself, "Now I hang up the laundry" and can watch the construction or launch at the same time.

A lost world!

Emil

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Sat, 1 August 20 05:51

Lovely painting Emil!,beautiful light and interesting story.
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Wed, 5 August 20 18:50

Emil:
I am a little slow in making a comment, but this has to be one of your best! So much going on and wonderful use of light and colors that are so typical of Italy.
David
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blausioux

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Thu, 6 August 20 15:48

David,
I know that you have been to italy many times in your seefaring career. If you say...“It's typically Italian“ ...that's a big compliment for me.
Grazie Mille!
Emilio

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