Framed Continental Navy Schooner Hannah print by William Gilkerson
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- $265 USD
- $100 USD to Live Event Bidder
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- 3 - Bid History
Celebrate Independence! Get your own framed tall ship historic print by William Gilkerson, depicting the Continental Navy Schooner Hannah evading HMS LIVELY in 1775.
The Schooner Hannah is widely known as the first armed vessle of the Continental Navy. She aided General Washington in the seige of Boston by capturing provision ships heading for harbor from British ports. Both Marblehead and Salem claim to be her port of origin.
William Gilkerson was a professional marine artist, author and historian whose work is internationally known. Gilkerson’s drawings, watercolours, and oils have been featured in a dozen major institutional exhibitions; they have been anthologized and reproduced in scores of books, magazines, and on film. To date some 85 prints and lithographs of his pictures have been produced.
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Beautiful wood frame donated by The Picture Place in West Cambridge.
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