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ANTRIM 1962 6461 tgr Avenue Sg Co.Ltd
(Trinder Anderson)
Blt Stephen/Linthouse.
75- STRATHINCH
77-ISLAM TAAJ
80-SINGAPORE 2

B/up Inchon-5-8-82.

CERVIA 1946 233tgr Ship Towage.

Original painting of them on the Thames, 1960's.
Goauche.

The true artists were the architect who designed her, the shipbuilders who built and fitted her out, and of course the painters.Not fogetting the company livery etc.
· Date: Mon, 28 May 12 · Views: 278
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vegaskip
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Mon, 28 May 12 16:16

Hi Alan , you have been a busy little bee, and all a pleasure to the eye and tickle to the humorous nerve
Jim
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stan mayes
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Mon, 28 May 12 16:47

To repeat the words of Jim - then you open your attic window to let the brisk sea air
flow through then some overtime in producing one wonder after another...
Well done Alan..
Regards,
Stan
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scorcher

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Tue, 29 May 12 05:27

Hello Jim I have a routine you see, I listen to the cricket (TMS) on radio and have a target of finishing a painting for each test. No rain gives me more time.So I am ahead of schedule so far.
No reason to be gloomy so far.

Stan , a very poetic phrase ; " then you open your attic window to let the brisk sea air
flow through " and very close to the truth . I work outdoors on my balcony to the cries of gulls and the roar of the hovercraft .

Thank you both for comments.
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Kenny&Debra

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Wed, 30 May 12 12:44

Brilliant detail on ship and tug.... well done on another superb painting ! ...Debra
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Donald E. Meek
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Thu, 31 May 12 11:05

What a happy sea(n)! All these curly waves! Lovely pic. I agree with Debra. Donald.
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scorcher

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Fri, 1 June 12 04:50

Thanks Debra and Donald !
There are some superb renditions of sea in all of its moods on this site so I am offering an alternative I hope?
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dave beaumont
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Thu, 8 November 12 22:21

Lovely painting of my old ship.Would look good on my wall at home with my other pictures i have of her!!!!
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