A Pageant of the Sea, the MacPherson Collection of maritime prints and drawings in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
Robinson, M.S. 3
Halton & Co., 1950
Clippers, Packets & Men O’ War, the tall ship in art
Cross, Roy, et.al.
Bounty Books, 2005
J.E. Buttersworth, 19th-century marine painter – Rudolph Schaefer
Schaefer, Rudolph J.
Mystic Seaport, 1975
John Ward original lithographs
Five original ca.1820’s lithographs of merchant and naval sailing ships by John Ward of Hull
1. ‘Marine Studies’ – Brig, at anchor and underway. colour tinted lithograph 27x37cm. printed by W.Monkouse, York.
2. ‘Marine Studies’ – Ship, at anchor and underway. colour tinted lithograph 27x37cm. printed by W.Monkouse, York.
3. ‘The Gun Brig’. tinted lithograph 28x37cm.
4. A Sixth Rate – 18 gun corvette. tinted lithograph 28x37cm.
5. First Rate – 120 guns. tinted lithograph 28x37cm.
five fine, detailed and lively lithograph views by one of the finest marine artists of the early 19th century
Marine Art and the Clyde
Jones-Sands Publishing, 2000.
a fine, important work in the field of marine art, being a study of the Clyde’s shipping and shipbuilding as depicted by the marine artists of the 19th century; including the work of Robert Salmon and William Clark. the authoritative text is complemented by a wealth of colour illustration.
Model Shipwright, a quarterly journal of ships and ship models – complete run
Bowen, John [editor]
Conway Maritime Press, 1972-2008.
a complete run of this important quarterly modelling journal from number 1, Autumn 1972, through to 144, December 2008 (thereafter the magazine was only published annually).
all in the original card covers, except for the first four issues that were issued as hardbacks.
excellent condition. also included is the index volume for numbers 1 – 100, and the large folding modeller’s draughts that were included with the later issues [number 86 lacks the modeller’s draught].