Classic American Whaling Ship Painting Listed Artist

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CLASSIC AMERICAN

WHALING SHIP PAINTING

 
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Oil on board                                                           
19th Century
Unframed  19″ x 15 1/4″                                      
Framed
24 1/4″ x 20 1/2″
Signed C. Myron Clark                                          Signed
LR 1921
 
 
Presented is a beautifully painted scene by artist C. Myron
Clark
of a mid-19th century whale ship whose lines are
distinctively
American running near down wind in storm tossed seas under shortened canvas. The full rigged ship is un-named on her transom. The
sky is Grey to dark with indistinct clouds. The condition of the painting is excellent
and comes in an old gilded wood frame.
THE ARTIST: C. Myron Clark (1858-1925) was a painter of sailing ship scenes and landscapes in oil and
watercolor. He is noted mainly for his paintings of historic sailing ships and those of the USS Constellation and the USS
Constitution, 1906; Frigate in Tow are in museum collections.  He worked mostly in Massachusetts, though he painted in
Venice, Italy and in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  C. Myron Clark’s work is represented in the
collections of the Peabody Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. He is listed in “Who Was Who in American Art” (Falk, 1999)

  The whale ship sailing down wind in rough seas under shortened canvas
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