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And The Band Played On - together in tragedy as never in life.
Oil/Linen - 34inch x 48inch

Unique painting that depicts fifty seven unfortunate souls that lost their lives on the ill-fated first voyage of the Titanic.
· Date: Wed, 21 March 12 · Views: 743
· Tags: 2 · Filesize: 90.9kb, 90.9kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 681 ·
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rpjkw11
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Wed, 21 March 12 22:46

Beautiful, haunting painting.
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Sun Viking
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Thu, 22 March 12 19:51

Absolutly STUNNING! This one should be offered as a print. Who is the artist??? KUDOS to whomever he/she is!
Details please?
Mike - The Sun Viking
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marek sarba

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Fri, 23 March 12 08:04

Thank You. I am the painter and work on sea also. See my site www.sarba.com
My best
Marek Sarba
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Sun Viking
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Fri, 23 March 12 13:07

Thanks for the link to your site. You do wonderful work, my friend!
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34751

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Fri, 23 March 12 14:15

Mr.Sarba,

Thanks for showing your work here, I have seen some very nice works on your site!

Regards,

Willem Johan
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marek sarba

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Fri, 23 March 12 20:13

Thank You Mr. Willem

I visited you site and have see nice work. In my sea time visited Holland a lot on tugs or bulk, Rotterdam mostly but also some smaller ports . Would like to see Tug Museum, and one day...

God luck with brush

Marek
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RNW
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Fri, 23 March 12 20:30

Marek, this work is stunning!
Can it be purchased as a print?

Richard
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RNW
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Fri, 23 March 12 20:36

Have just found your web site Marek, which answered my question.

Wish I had the same talent, those paintings are all wonderful.
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marek sarba

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Fri, 23 March 12 20:46

Thank You, just armchair seaman with brush and dreams
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RNW
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Fri, 23 March 12 21:22

Your dream to be an artist came true.
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Mark Chirnside

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Sun, 25 March 12 15:26

Beautiful!

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marek sarba

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Sun, 25 March 12 16:47

I wish to tell you stories about every one person on painting. Only one person “no portrait” the little boy on front looking back and searching for family. He represents 3rd class.People on painting was selected rich and famous and poor, side by side. Cpt. Smith is alone (right side), i blame him for this tragedy. Sample of small biographical notes (special brochure is added to print edition): last row on left on top is playing Mr. John”Jock” Law Hume, 21, (standing above Percy C. Taylor, cellist)Scottish first violinist with “Titanic’s orchestra. The members of the orchestra were employed by Liverpool firm (C.W. and F.N. Black) who had contracts with all of the steamer musicians. Until 1912 musicians were paid 6 pounds and 10 shillings. Then the rates were cut to 4 pounds a month with no uniform allowance. Following the collision Jock Hume’s father received a note from C.W.& F.N. Black asking him to remit the sum of 5 pounds and 4 shillings in order to settle his son’s uniform account. Every one person on painting has a story.
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packrat
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Mon, 23 April 12 09:15

I checked your web site and I must say the genes I see here are either Rembrandt's or Michelangelo's, no kidding. Your work is apsolutely astonishing and thank you so much for sharing this marvelous work with all of us. Best regards and the best of luck in your endeavours. The packrat
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Trawldoor
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Sat, 28 April 12 13:16

I think your artwork is excellent and the concept is unusual. You are,however, totally wrong to blame Captain Smith for the Titanic tragedy. This spoils for me an otherwise interesting piece of work and depicting him on his own as some kind of outcast is just plain wrong. I suggest you read the excellent book ' 101 things you thought you knew about the Titanic.....but didn't' by Tim Mallin. You will maybe then understand the true events of that terrible night and revise your opinion of Captain Smith
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marek sarba

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Wed, 2 May 12 13:41

I absorb what i could in short period of time number years back. Many books, including one of the first published and copyright by L.T. Myers in 1912. Radio telegraph of Titanic from 10 PM in this fatal night about position of ice fields (Capt. know it). Well, history researches still working on it and i am sure what i know is a small amount and i depended on somebody's conclusions widely published. On the end, the speed, the ice and Captain responsibilities.
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