Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-218) and indexes.
|LC Classifications||ND1375.W35 D38 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||94116593|
Footnotes. Literature: A.S. Davidson, Samuel Walters – Marine Artist - Fifty Years of Sea, Sail, & Steam, Jones-Sands Publishing, Coventry, , pg. for a listing of works for the Inman Line. The S.S. City of Berlin was a British passenger liner built by Caird & Company in Scotland. She was the Inman Line's premier vessel for thirteen years, and won the Blue Riband for the Inman Line in. Description: att. Samuel Walters (English, ), Oxford Packet Ship Navigating Turbulent Seas oil on canvas (edge lined), appears unsigned, circa s, depicting one of the Trans-Atlantic Black Ball Line of Ships contracted to carry mail, newspapers, passengers, and other cargo; presented in a gilt wood frame, includes artist monograph book. SS x in; DOA x in. Samuel Walters was born in London on 1st November, His father Miles () was a master tradesman and marine artist who originated from Ilfracombe in North Devon. Young Samuel’s familiarity with his father’s gilding and framing business and its proximity to the bustling docks had a natural influence on Samuel, and he soon became. Samuel Walters - Marine Artist: Fifty Years of Sea, Sail and Steam: : Davidson, A.S.: Books. Buy s: 2.
Return to Collection:: Return to Artist List Samuel Walters was born in London, the son of maritime artist Miles Walters (). After the family moved to Liverpool where Miles Walters opened a studio, he initially was a collaborator on many paintings with his father. Footnotes. LITERATURE: A.S. Davidson, Samuel Walters - Marine Artist, Coventry, , p. for another version of this picture illustrated in black and white (collection Merseyside Maritime Museums) 'The British ship Robin Hood () passing her consort Friar Tuck () at sea in heavy weather. Portrayed closehauled with reefed topsails, Robin Hood is seen from the less usual windward. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc. Samuel Walters. 'English Barque Underway '. Samuel Walters (British, –) was a maritime artist and member of the Liverpool School of Marine Art. Born in London, his father, Miles Walters, was a master tradesman and marine artist. Growing up close to the docks, Walters served as an apprentice in his father’s gilding and framing business. Biography. Samuel Walters was a British maritime artist known for his paintings of naval battles. He was an admirer of William John Huggins, a famed marine painter who enjoyed the patronage of King William IV. Born on November 1, in London, United Kingdom, his father, Miles Walters, was a tradesman and also a marine artist.
Leading marine artist Samuel Walters () was the son of Miles Walters, who was a shipwright and seafarer as well as a recognised painter of maritime subjects. Samuel was born at sea and became one of the brightest lights in the Liverpool school of marine art and his work continues to be much admired and sought after. Among other marine art books, Kelton’s adviser, Sam Davidson, wrote the title on the artist, Samuel Walters – Marine Artist (Jones-Sands Publishing, (Coventry, U.K., ). Another Walters standout was a co-authored painting completed with his father Miles Walters (United Kingdom, ) titled “American packet Sheffield approaching Liverpool,” executed , which sold for . Description: att. Samuel Walters (English, ), Black Ball Line Packet Ship Navigating Turbulent Seas oil on canvas (edge lined), appears unsigned, circa s, depicting one of the Trans-Atlantic Black Ball Line of Ships contracted to carry mail, newspapers, passengers, and other cargo; presented in a gilt wood frame, includes artist monograph book. Walters, Samuel(British, ) - Oilpaintings on canvas, a few Watercolors. Place: Lived and worked in Liverpool, Great Britain. Motifs: Ship Portraits, mainly of Sailing Vessels, Seascapes and Marine Art. Prices: Works starting at BP 3, (Great Britain) or US $ 8,