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High Noon - High Tide

Noted painter/muralist John Gable returns to the Heritage print Project this year with High Noon - High Tide, a depiction of the launching of the ship Benjamin Sewall, in Brunswick’s Penellville.  The Sewall, launched in October, 1874, was the largest wooden vessel built in Brunswick, and the last vessel launched by the Pennells. Poet Robert P.T. Coffin described the launch in his poem, The Benjamin Sewall, and recapped the career of the vassel, and the family of Pennells, in his Book Captain Abbie, Capt. John. This is a limited edition of 350 prints.

Carded and wrapped prints remain available at the center for $75.00, or they can be ordered tubed and mailed for $85.00.  Matted and framed prints are $195.00 at the Center or $210.00 shipped.  Your choice of Gold or Silver frame.  And we’re delighted to offer High Noon - High Tide in spectacular 20 x 26 Giclée images. Giclées are only $295.00 with remark.  Special remarked artist’s proofs are $150 ($270 framed).
 

High Noon - High Tide