Grand Turk double ship's wheel by Woodie
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Grand Turk, man o’ war 1700s replica, sailing ship.
Panasonic, Lumix DMC TZ3.
Featured in Armed Forces Living History Group, 2 February 2013
Featured in the TV series Hornblower.
Build in Turkey in 1997 and is a replica of an 18th century full rigged man o’ war.
CURRENT LOCATION:- The frigate was purchased by Bob Escoffier of the Etoile Marine Croisieres, which already operates a number of traditional sailing ships: Étoile de France, Étoile Molène, Étoile Polaire, Naire Maove et’ and la goélette-aviso de Brest La Recouvrance (in partnership with its owner, the SOPAB). The final sale price was not disclosed. After being moored in Whitby for over a decade, the Grand Turk sailed out of her home harbour for last time at 4:00am 16th March 2010 to her current location in France.

My main interest is painting Aviation Art.
I get a lot of enjoyment researching the historical background behind the picture I’ve been commissioned to paint.
I work in acrylic on my big paintings on canvas board but use water colors, pastels, soft and oil, for smaller pieces.
I also enjoy doing pet portraits in soft pastels on tinted paper, from photographs. Ideal presents for Xmas and birthdays.

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Comments

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsabout 2 years ago


    6.9.2012
    lovely

  • Thanks Karen,
    I’m rather pleased how this turned out, Cheers Neil

    – Woodie

  • Colin J Williams Photography
    Colin J Willia...about 2 years ago

    This is superb work !! – Colin

  • Thanks Colin, Just been featured in Armed Forces Living History Group. Cheers

    – Woodie

  • Peter Doré
    Peter Doréalmost 2 years ago

  • Cheers Peter

    – Woodie

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