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After Charles Watson (American, Late 19th/Early 20th century), The Charles W. Morgan Whaling Ship, oil on canvas, ca. 1900

After Charles Watson (American, Late 19th/Early 20th century), The Charles W. Morgan Whaling Ship, oil on canvas, ca. 1900

Product Description:

Depicting the Charles W. Morgan whaling ship at sea, in a giltwood frame

Dimensions:

Height 20 inches

Width 24 inches

Condition:

Appears to be in overall good condition but needs to be cleaned and possibly relined. Please contact cataloging@lofty.com for specific condition questions. Not examined out of the frame. Lofty does not guarantee the condition or authenticity of frames.

About The Artist:

The Charles W. Morgan is an historic American whaling ship that traversed the globe for more than eighty years, from 1841 to 1921. According to the Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut, the current home of The Morgan, it is America's oldest commercial ship still afloat. Known as a "lucky ship" because she has endured countless natural disasters and risky missions through the Arctic, The Morgan is the only surviving ship from an original fleet of more than 2,700.

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