David Bailey: Steam Tug Cervia, Ramsgate Harbour
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David Bailey is from Gillingham, Kent and says he wasn't much good at anything in school except art, so he was left to his own devices and later left to start a career as a graphic artist. Nowadays he pursues his dream of making a living from his painting. His watercolour pictures are either beautifully descriptive of scenery and animals, or a collection of amusing images, with seagulls and beach huts featuring often!
This painting shows the Steam Tug Cervia in the dry dock at Ramsgate's royal harbour, outside the Clock House, which houses the Maritime Museum.
Works on sale are all good quality digital prints from the original paintings.
Supplied with white mounts in cellophane wrapping, the prints are available in A4 (21 x 29.7cm) and A3 (29.7 x 40 cm). Larger versions are available by arrangement.
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