The Grandeur of America's Age of Sail
The Grandeur of America's Age of Sail Celebrates sixty years of work by John Stobart by showcasing
Hardcover Book $34.95
STOBART The World of Sail and Steam
This engaging new book takes you on a voyage to beautiful ports, inland waterways and the open sea as only the rare beauty of John Stobart's paintings can.
|Ports and Passages
The Maritime Art of John Stobart This soft cover catalog of the Penobscot Marine Museum exhibit illustrates in full color the 38 original oil paintings from this exhibit. The paintings, with descriptions cover John Stobart's Art career from 1954 to 2000.
|The Rediscovery of America's
Large format coffee-table book with more than 60 beautifully reproduced full color images. These include the early ports during the great era of merchant sail and scenes of merchant vessels under sail at sea.
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|American Maritime Paintings
of John Stobart
(Hardcover) A large format coffee-table book with over 70 paintings illustrated in full color Included in this volume are early port scenes, vessels at sea as well as a collection of on-site paintings.
The Complete Stobart Retrospective
This set of Stobart coffee table books is elegantly
presented in this three volume collection. Along with the newly released
book "STOBART: The World of Sail and Steam," this special
set also includes the rare, first volume "STOBART: The Rediscovery
of America's Maritime Heritage" and "American Maritime Paintings
of John Stobart." Each 12" x 15" book contains at least
60 handsome full page, full color reproductions, as well as insightful
essays and artist commentaries. All three books are beautifully presented
in a very limited quantity, leather bound, embossed holding case. As
a bonus, a specially published, limited edition, signed, and numbered
print of the Stobart drawing "Setting Out" is also included.
This fine print is only available with the purchase of the three volume
of Painting Outdoors A Diary of the thirteen part WorldScape I
This companion book to the public television series follows John Stobart through the making of the series.
John Stobart and the Ships of South Street.
Featured within the booklet are John Stobart’s evocative paintings of ships sailing out of New York's South Street. John Stobart’s essay, “A Fair Tide in South Street,” provides his personal account of how the ships and people of the South Street Seaport inspired him to create his paintings: canvases that depict the ships that built a city from the sea. Soft cover, beautiful illustrations, 24 pages.
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