The J Class Short Tacking - J Class Solent Regatta 2012

William Henry Bishop
(Born 1942) British
Title The J Class Short Tacking - J Class Solent Regatta 2012
Category Contemporary
Medium & Size Oil on canvas 24 x 42 in. Framed: 34x50in. Signed &dated ‘12
Price Band £20,000 - £50,000
Location Please Refer
Biography

Depicting all four yachts from the J Class Solent Regatta 2012 short tacking as they beat to the West towards the up-wind 'gate'. Velsheda has managed to catch the other J's on starboard. This has forced Lionheart to start tacking and Rainbow will have to follow. Ranger will be able to hold her course and duck Velsheda's stern.

Bill Bishop paints almost entirely in oils producing finely detailed works which are carefully researched for historical accuracy. He has painted everything from Viking ships to windsurfers, and historical naval battles to contemporary yachting scenes. In recent years, whilst still considering himself primarily a marine artist Bill, with a love of wildlife, has also taken to painting animals of all kinds. As such he is an active member of MIWAS (Marwell International Wildlife Artist Society).

Bill Bishop has been selling his work for many years with Quester Gallery in America, the maritime art dealers, as well as accepting commissions from around the world. Commissions invited today for Marine, Vintage Cars and Aircraft.

Works represented: Royal Naval Museum, Portsmouth; a depiction of ‘Windy Corner’ at the Battle of Jutland. The Mary Rose Trust ; the Mary Rose, King Henry VIII’s warship, both in her recovery cradle from life in watercolour and also the definitive version of how she originally looked in oils. Warrior Museum; HMS Warrior. The City of Bristol; John Cabot’s ship, Matthew of 1497The Minnesota Marine Art Museum, America. ; A monumental battle scene to mark the bi-centenary of the Battle of Trafalgar, 2005. Dictionary: Sea Painters of Europe and America 3rd Edition, by E.H.H Archibald .Private collections: America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Oman, Gibraltar, Germany, The Falkland Islands, Belgium and Denmark, UK.                                                                                                

 

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