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Old 10-05-2010, 11:01 AM
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A favorite image by Walter Dower. I like the composition, simple yet tells a story of a time gone by. A night scene due the beach fire.

Dower did the Tap's Tips illustration for 20-30 years and was underrated.

A blurry image but the best I could find.
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Old 10-05-2010, 11:03 AM
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Another Montauk scene by John Scott. I tried to find the originals once but no luck. Scott did several scenes for Garcia ads.
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Bill, another great painting, or pen and ink. MULE.
Thanks,Mule, all of my paintings these past are acrylic,pen and ink. Prior to that were all acrylic or water color.
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Old 10-05-2010, 03:01 PM
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These are all great contributions for a thread that really smokes.
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Thanks,Mule, all of my paintings these past 2 years are acrylic,pen and ink. Prior to that were all acrylic or water color.
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I've found something new to paint. Check these swordfish swords out. I've had one for years and was doing to try my hand at scrimshaw but, now I think I'll paint it.

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Bill...really,really nice!
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Yes Bill, I agree with Mr. Salmonmeister, they are exceptional. I've seen some of that kind of work on old boat paddles. That's why I never throw away an old paddle.

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Reneson 08

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The Homer characters get to be a bit much but I guess he knows his market.
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Here's a couple submissions from Eldridge Hardie. 1st is an oil called Salmon on!. That ought to bring you back to the moratorium days, Frank.

2nd is a watercolor entitled Striper on! Very nice work.
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"1st is an oil called Salmon on!. That ought to bring you back to the moratorium days,"

Yes, Andrew, Atlantic salmon were also one of the love affairs of our time, along with steelhead, clay targets, pheasants. But stripe-bass were the best of them.
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Reneson 08Nantucket Striper The Homer characters get to be a bit much but I guess he knows his market.
I like most anything of Renson's despite the Homer charactorization of his surfcasters. Maybe it's cause I'm old or used to dress that way in the surf and still do on the boat in wet weather, except for the souwester hat.
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This is another Charles Denault print, this one in our bathroom. The house could use some surf art.
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Here's my latest, finished today and titled "Early Winter Sunrise"
It's a 16"X 20" Acrylic, Pen & Ink on stretched canvas. It was painted from an 1887 photo taken at Derby Wharf in Salem, Ma.

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