A.E. Backus | Terry Bailey | William Bishop | Robert Bolster | Elizabeth Brandon | A.T. Bricher | James Buttersworth | Ralph Cahoon | Laura Cooper
Ronalee Crocker | Shane Michael Couch | Roy Cross | William R. Davis | Donald Demers | Marina Dieul | Louis Dodd | Jack Gray | Charles Gruppe | Emile Gruppe
Tanya Harsch | Cindy House | Antonio Jacobsen | Dusan Kadlec | Michael Keane | Patrick Kitson | 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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John Stobart
A marine painter of harbor scenes and ship portraits, John Stobart has devoted his career to showing the majestic beauty of sailing ships from a previous era. He also does some plein-air painting. He was born in 1929 in Leicester, England and studied at the Derby College of Art and at the Royal Academy School in London in the 1950s and then traveled by passenger-cargo vessel to his father's home in South Africa. This voyage sparked his interest in maritime subjects, something he pursued for more than fifty years. In 1959, he moved to Canada where he earned a living by creating oil paintings of ships for shipping firms along the St. Lawrence River. Then in the mid-1960's he shifted the focus of his career to historical paintings of sailing scenes. In 1965 Kennedy Galleries held his first solo exhibition, which brought him to the attention of New England collectors.

Fishing Village at Cadgwith Cove
Fishing Village at Cadgwith Cove
Oil, 8x10, Overall 13x26
signed lower right

Menemsha Creek, Martha's Vineyard


Tycoon Arriving At New Orleans
Tycoon Arriving At New Orleans
Oil, 32x45, framed 40x53
signed lower right

Tycoon Arriving At New Orleans

This painting has been SOLD
     

Menemsha Creek, Martha's Vineyard
Menemsha Creek, Martha's Vineyard
Oil, 12x16, Overall 19x23
signed lower right

Menemsha Creek, Martha's Vineyard

This painting has been SOLD

   









 
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