trains ships planes Railroad Ship Airplane paintings by Chris Jenkins
Three Degrees North Steamship oil painting on stretched canvas.
An oil painting of a refrigerated ship loading bananas on the coast of Brazil. the ship is as she would have looked about 1915..
Oil Paintings of Steam Ships
Here are some of my oil paintings of steam driven ships.
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The Mists of Martinique Oil painting of a steam ship on canvas.
In this oil painting a steamship rests at anchor in the tropical waters of Martinique. Mist hangs on the steep tree covered mountainsides in the background.
Lackawanna Tug Oil painting of a tug boat on an archival canvas panel
A DL&W railroad tug moves through a lifting fog. In busy New York Harbor, and prior to the availability of radar, navigation in the fog required the utmost care. Many of the eastern railroads once had extensive carfloat operations in New York Harbor. Railroad tug boats were built with an extra high wheelhouse to provide improved visibility when moving a float loaded with rail cars.