Marine Oil Painting 18th Century Spanish Galleon Ship Cape Cod Frederick Daniels
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- 1 Fine Art Marine Oil Painting Signed First Initial F & Surname Daniels Attributed To Well Known Famous American Artist Frederick Daniels.
- Subject maritime seascape sailing tall 18th century Spanish Galleon ships sailing by Cape Cod, USA on the high seas with flocks of birds above in the sky.
- Oil on canvas.
- Using a photorealism style of painting with extreme accuracy in its execution with beautifully controlled brush work.
- The sea looks so realistic it feels like you can actually touch the choppy water amazing talented skilled artist.
- Attributed to listed artist Frederick Hamilton Daniels.
- American schooled he is renowned of his paintings landscapes and marine painter of Cape Cod and an active art educator.
- His work appear in collections and sale of art dealers around the world.
- Born in Massachusetts in 1872, Daniels attended the Massachusetts Art School from 1889 until 1895.
- An institution that specialized in the training of art teachers, before moving two years later to Buffalo, New York, where he worked as the Director of Art Education for the city’s public schools.
- By 1901, he had transitioned again and was teaching drawing classes for the Prang Educational Company in Boston.
- He grew unhappy with their methods of working only from textbooks.
- He found an ally in Henry Turner Bailey, a fellow alumnus of the Normal Art School & believer in a hands-on approach to art lessons.
- In September of that year they published the first issue of the Applied Arts Book now called School Arts Magazine which is still in circulation today.
- The periodical was an extension of the Applied Arts Guild, a group of likeminded artist-teachers devoted to the “perpetual interest in the coming of Beauty into life” and offered valuable advice from colleagues, for the practical application of curricula.
- Daniels served as editor from 1901 to 1903, and in addition to his teaching and painting was also a gifted writer, publishing The Teaching of Ornament in 1900.
- The Furnishing of a Modest Home in 1908 Later abridged for an article in the March 1917 issue of School Arts Magazine and School Drawing, also a Real Correlation in 1909.
- Daniels’ impressive career as a supervisor in art education brought him to several Massachusetts communities, including Chicopee, Warren, Worcester and Newton.
- From as early as 1897 he was leading drawing classes at the Martha’s Vineyard Summer Institute, a workshop for teachers.
- Described in the school’s advertisement as “one of Massachusetts’ most progressive and successful directors of drawing.
- Daniels certainly must have enjoyed his time there and produced charming scenes of island life well into the 1920s and 1930s.
- Offered in fine used condition.
- Having some small noticeable stains on canvas front, also foxing stains on back, scuffs on frame commensurate with usage & old age.We only sell fine quality oil paintings based on their quality & significance.
- A superb investment collectors item.
- Set in a beautiful wood & gilt frame.
- With hanging thread on the back ready for home display.
- Circa early 20th century dated 1930's.
- International worldwide shipping is available via DHL please ask.
- Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message thankyou.
- Cash upon collection is welcome.
Dimensions in inches & centimetres of the frame approx
19" High (48cm)
23.5" Wide (60cm)