Terry Bailey | A.E. Backus | William Bishop | Robert Bolster | Elizabeth Brandon | A.T. Bricher | James Buttersworth | Ralph Cahoon | Alex Callaway | Laura Cooper
Todd M. Casey | Shane Michael Couch | Roy Cross | Mark Daly | William R. Davis | Donald Demers | Marina Dieul | Stuart Dunkel | Jack Gray | Emile Gruppe
Tanya Harsch | Antonio Jacobsen | Dusan Kadlec | Michael Keane | David Lazarro | Richard Loud | Charles Robert Patterson | Vladimir Pavlosky
Len Pearce | Sergio Roffo | Jack Saylor | Frank Vining Smith | John Stobart | Joseph Sulkowski | Peter Wademan | Jeff Weaver



  
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James Buttersworth
(1817-1894). James Buttersworth specialized in maritime art and is considered the foremost American ship portraitist of the 19th century. He was born in 1817 in London to a family of maritime artists and studied painting with his father, Thomas Buttersworth. He moved to the United States in 1845 and lived in West Hoboken, New Jersey and had a studio in Brooklyn, New York. His paintings are found in many museums as well as in private collections thoroughout the world.

America's Cup Yachts Galatea and Mayflower
America's Cup Yachts Galatea and Mayflower
Oil, 8x12, overall 12x15.5
signed lower right

America's Cup Yachts Galatea and Mayflower





Yacht Racing in New York Harbor with Naval Salute at Castle Williams on Governor's Island
Yacht Racing in New York Harbor
with Naval Salute at Castle Williams
on Governor's Island

Oil, 8x12, overall 12x15.5
signed lower right

Yacht Racing in New York Haror

     


Yachts Racing Boston Harbor

Yachts Racing, Boston Harbor
Oil, 8x14, framed 16x22
signed lower right

Yachts Racing Boston Harbor

Painting shows the State House dome at Beacon Hill,
Boston Light, Bunker Hill Monument and Fort Independence,
flying the Stars And Stripes










 
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