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Richard Loud
Richard K. Loud was born and raised on the Adams shore of Quincy Bay in Massachusetts. He cannot remember a time when his life did not revolve around boats. As the son of a master shipwright who built boats for both profit and pleasure, he was exposed early on to the complexities and beauties of boat design and construction. This early training and passionate love for sailing vessels is evident in his paintings today. His work combines a thorough understanding of a wide variety of vessel types and sea conditions, with a uniquely painterly feeling for light and atmosphere. After working his way through Northeastern University as a draftsman for the Penn Central Railroad, he served as a deckhand on a 114 foot motor yacht, and later assisted his father designing and building yachts. Yet, all this time he was constantly drawing and painting the vessels around him. His dramatic paintings have earned him awards in the 1988, 1989, and 1990 Mystic International Exhibitions as well as special mention in the December 1990 YACHTING magazine. In 1991 he was commissioned to paint the H.M.S. Rose, which was displayed on board the vessel during the Eastern Seaboard Tour of the Bill of Rights. The painting-became a part of the permanent collection of the H.M.S. Rose Foundation in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Richard Loud - Regatta Boston Harbor, July 4, 1886

Regatta Boston Harbor, July 4, 1886
Oil
20x30, framed 27x40
signed lower right

Nantucket in the 1890s




 

108 'Schooner Yacht Merlin
Designed by Edward Burgess
for W.H. Forbes - Boston
c. 1889
Eastern Y.C., Marblehead
Oil 25x40, framed 34x49
signed lower right

End of Day Twilight, Marblehead

     
Flying Cloud
Oil 30x40, overall 38x48
signed lower right

Flying Cloud


 
 

Richard Loud - Summer, Marblehead
Summer, Marblehead
Oil 12x16, with frame 19x23
signed lower right

Summer, Marblehead



   

Richard Loud - Nantucket in the 1890's

Nantucket in the 1890's
Oil
26x42, Overall 36x52
signed lower right

Nantucket in the 1890s



 
End of Day Twilight, Marblehead Milicete,
Gosson, Wayward, Burgess forties

Oil 14x23, framed 22.5x31.5
signed lower right

End of Day Twilight, Marblehead

     
Beach Path
Oil 26x42, with frame 34x50
signed lower left

Collecting Shells

 

Richard Loud - Blue Dress

Blue Dress
Oil 17x22, framed 24x28
signed lower right
Blue Dress
 
 


Richard Loud - Marblehead

Marblehead
Oil
15x31, framed 23x40
signed lower right

Marblehead



 


Richard Loud - Twilight Sail

Twilight Sail
Oil
15x32, framed 22x40
signed lower right

Nantucket in the 1890s


This painting has been sold


 

Richard Loud - Eastern Yacht Club Marblehead

Eastern Yacht Club, Marblehead
Oil 8x12, framed 13x17
signed lower right

Blue Dress

Sorry, this painting has been sold



 

Richard Loud - Yacht Puritan Marblehead Harbor

Yacht Puritan, Marblehead Harbor
Oil 8x12, framed 13x17
signed lower right

Blue Dress

Sorry, this painting has been sold




 
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