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 Sea Queen     Print 55
Sea Queen    Print 55

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)    $175


 No Quarter - No Mercy     Print 56
No Quarter - No Mercy    Print 56

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)    $175


 Joy of Winter    Print 57
Joy of Winter    Print 57

After a lazy hot summer the sun moves southward. The breezes change into winds, the temperatures fall. Soon the raindrops change to snowflakes which blanket the Earth. Overcoats and scarves come out of storage. Adults and children leave their stuffy heated homes and joyfully engage in winter fun and sports. The world-famous artist captures this time of the year. The nostalgia of winters past touches our hearts and memories.

21h x 17w (54cm x 45cm)    $225


 His Eye is on the Sparrow    Print 60
His Eye is on the Sparrow    Print 60

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)    $175


 The Mayflower    Print 61
The Mayflower    Print 61

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)    $175


 The Arrival    Print 62
The Arrival    Print 62

Here he depicts the arrival of the famous Christmas Tree Schooner, the Rouse Simmons, in 1902, entering the Chicago River about to dock with its annual load of freshly cut pines from the far north. In the year 1912, during a heavy snow storm, the ship went down with crew and trees - ending an historic era.

16h x 21w (41cm x 54cm)    $205


 First Encounter    Print 63
First Encounter    Print 63

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)    $175


 Almost Home    Print 64
Almost Home    Print 64

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)    $175


 Roaring Forties    Print 65

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Roaring Forties   Print 65

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)   $125


 Rough Seas    Print 66
Rough Seas    Print 66

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)    $125


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