- Image size including mount 500 x 700mm. Reproduced on
a 170gsm cartridge paper.
original painted in acrylic on canvas. Size 915 x 1220
was donated to the 'Cutty Sark
Trust' for aution, giving all proceeds raised to the restoration
Cutty Sark was built in Dumbarton and launched on the
Clyde in 1869, she sailed as a tea Clipper and later carried
wool from Australia. After many years on the high seas
the Cutty Sark was moored at Greenwich and put into dry
dock in 1954. After being overhauled she was opened to
the public in 1957. The print shows the Cutty Sark sailing
through a typhoon on the China Seas off the coast of Formosa,
one of the many storms she survived during the time she
sailed. the Cutty Sark is still in need of urgent repairs
and renovations to keep her as a memorial to the wonderful
age of sail.
|1.957 Limited Edition signed and numbered
prints available from ArenaArt
and direct from the Cutty Sark website www.cuttysark.org.uk
and their gift shop.
|50% of each sale goes to the
'Cutty Sark Trust'.
|All copyrights held by the
Artist unless otherwise stated. E.&.O.E.