FRANK GARDINER

JAMES BRERETON

WILLIAM E. HARRIS

Welcome to Richard Joslin Fine Art, the online home of fine original paintings.

We are an established fine art dealership based privately in Hampshire in the United Kingdom, and we specialise in classic original marine oil paintings and marine watercolours by artists dating from the 17th Century to the present day.

Please click on the "Gallery" tab above and select the drop-down menu to view the paintings currently available for purchase.

To sample a small selection of the variety of fine paintings we have dealt in and sold to private collectors and investors since our online gallery opened in 2012, please click on "Sold Archive" under "Gallery".

We ship fine art worldwide.

PRIVATE VIEWINGS

 

                     THOMAS BUTTERSWORTH SENIOR ( 1766-1841)

                       "Breaking the Line at Trafalgar, 21 October 1805"

                                                ONE OF A PAIR

Where feasible and prior to purchase, we would be delighted to bring any painting shown on our website for you to view and enjoy in situ in the privacy of your home or office.

Contact us on +44 1420 479080 or +44 7770 833765 to arrange an appointment.

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FEATURED PAINTING

MONTAGUE DAWSON

(1890-1973)

"H.M.S. Amethyst Running the Yangtse Gauntlet, 1949"

On 20th April 1949, H.M.S. Amethyst, a 1,490 ton frigate with a complement of some 192 officers and ratings was proceeding up the Yangtse River to relieve H.M.S. Consort as Guardship to the British Embassy in Nanking, a journey for which she had full permission from the Chinese authorities. The ship was also taking supplies to the British community and had been ordered to stand by in case an evacuation of British and....

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