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Sighting the New World
Early in the morning of October 12, 1492 Columbus first sights land. Five hundred years later, a Vickery rendition captures this historical moment.

21h x 30w (54cm x 76cm)

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Sighting the New World
Print 84
 
A New Day
Mr Vickery depicts the peace, tranquility, and inner strength one experiences when visiting the seaside early in the morning.

23h x 30w (51cm x 82cm)

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A New Day
Print 87
 

The Stragglers Fate

With their ship already damaged, a group of sailors learn the horror of the savage chase amidst the violent ocean swells.

11h x 23w (28cm x 59cm)


The Stragglers Fate
Print 86
 
Jewel of the Sea

The Pride of Norway, the Christian Radich, awakes to the morning light of another day on the open sea.

21h x 32w (53cm x 81cm)


Jewel of the Sea
Print 90
 
Weather Be Damned

The Sea Witch challenges and defeats the North Sea. The cold, gray, formidable waves of the North Atlantic are as treacherous as any in the world.

23h x 36w (59cm x 92cm)

Weather Be Damned
Print 91
 
Bound For Dublin

The clipper ship Maureen at sunset, sailing to her native Ireland.

12h x 14w (30cm x 36cm)

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Bound For Dublin
Print 93
 
Breath of Winter

A new morning awakes to an angelic blanket of snow that silently fell through the night hours. Subtle colors peek through as the viewer is led right into the scene.

22h x 33w (56cm x 84cm)


Breath of Winter
Print 92
 
At Rest

Harbor activity is at a standstill and only the slapping of gentle waves interrupts the tranquility of this moonlit scene. Amber lights peek through windows near the shore.

14h x 16w (36cm x 41cm)


At Rest
Print 94
 
Duneland Shore
The quiet, lonesome beauty of the Indiana Dunes shoreline is captured by the discerning eye and talent of this beloved artist. This area has been his favorite haunt for more than half a century.

16h x 23w (41cm x 59cm)

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Duneland Shore
Print 51
 
In the Beginning

So few artists in this world are capable of capturing the beauty of water - its movements which continually reflect the colors of the sky. Here, Mr. Vickery catches the majesty of the open sea in all its glory.

15h x 23w (38cm x 59cm)


In the Beginning
Print 54
 
Autumn Dunes

The beauty of Birch trees along the Michigan shoreline makes a fitting foreground for beautiful Lake Michigan. Miles and miles of breathtaking views line the lake. It takes a master artist to capture forever a moments glory.

17h x 20w (45cm x 51cm)


Autumn Dunes
Print 52
 
Sea Queen

This white hulled clipper ship, the Norwegian - Christian Radich - is a favorite to Mr. Vickery. It is truly a sea queen.

17h x 23w (54cm x 79cm)


Sea Queen
Print 55
 
Misty Harbor
The gathering of the gulls takes place in the pre-light of dawn - before the activities of man disturb the harbor. Gull calls pierce the silence of night as they gather to feed. In this scene, Mr. Vickery does something very special by creating such depth and realism with mostly gray tones.

17h x 23w (45cm x 59cm)


Misty Harbor
Print 88
 
A Playful Masterpiece
This piece is a 25th Anniversary edition of a work created in 1967 - the year in which Ocean Drama, his very first limited-edition print, was published. Here, he disregards his normal precision and doodles a number of spontaneous sketches related to the central theme - a schooner in full sail.

17h x 21w (45cm x 54cm)


A Playful Masterpiece
Print 89
 
No Quarter - No Mercy

This is a romantic but most dangerous period in sea history. In a battle of survival, A British ship exchanges fire with a merciless pirate ship. It took years to clear the ocean trade lanes from the ever lurking privateers.

17h x 21w (45cm x 54cm)


No Quarter - No Mercy
Print 56
 
Almost Home

In this Vickery rendition of the historic Clipper Ship days, you can almost feel the excitement of the ship and crew as they sail along the Eastern Seaboard of Massachusetts, headed for their home port of Gloucester.

15h x 23w (38cm x 59cm)


Almost Home
Print 64
 
His Eye is on the Sparrow

Renowned for - Jesus Walking on the Sea - and - No Greater Love - Mr. Vickery here places on canvas his interpretation of the song - His Eye is on the Sparrow -. Viewing the picture, we know God thinks of us.

16h x 24w (41cm x 61cm)


His Eye is on the Sparrow
Print 60
 
Roaring Forties
Many sailors believe the - Roaring Forties - the forty latitudinal lines heading to Cape Horn make up the most treacherous waters in the world. As the Joseph Conrad struggles amidst these waves, it is clear that no other artist can better capture this contest.

11h x 14w (28cm x 36cm)

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Roaring Forties
Print 65
 
The Mayflower

As a Marine historical and religious painter, Mr. Vickery combines these three talents. It is his hope that this picture will be an instrument to help keep alive the spirit of patriotism and religion in America.

24h x 30w (61cm x 76cm)


The Mayflower
Print 61
 
Rough Seas

Down the roaring forties about to round Cape Horn - here Mr. Vickery shows the Red Jacket, a famous American clipper, making the best of a rough situation. A perfect companion piece to Roaring Forties.

11h x 14w (28cm x 36cm)


Rough Seas
Print 66
 
First Encounter

English patrol ships challenge a French warship. Following the first encounter, the French ship took flight, only to be captured by a larger English force that same day.

17h x 21w (45cm x 55cm)


First Encounter
Print 63
 
Lady at the Bridge

This piece captures for each of us the nostalgia of a bygone era. Imagine stopping on the bridge to savor the serenity of a private waterfall.

15h x 23w (38cm x 59cm)

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Lady at the Bridge
Print 78
 

 

 

 

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online prints brochure featuring world renowned seascape artist Charles Vickery featuring sailing ships, harbors, coastlines