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Through the Fog

A Gloucester Schooner, laden with fish returning to the coast of Maine and its home port. The days of the sail-driven fishing boats are almost at an end. In years past, the only way men could reach the Grand Banks to fish for halibut and cod was in such crafts as the Gloucester Schooner. First built along the New England coast, the original designs could only be slightly improved. In fact, it was such as swift running vessel, and handled so beautifully, that some wealthy yachtsmen built these sturdy fishing schooners for ocean racing. The most famous of these were the BLUENOSE and THE GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD. Many replicas of these famous sailing ships exist in Marine Museums today. Jim makes frequent trips to the Atlantic and Gulf to continue his marine paintings.
Limited Edition Lithograph of 500 numbered and signed by Jim Gray
Approximate Size:
19 1/4 x 26 1/2
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