Jim Gray "Pair of Marine Under water Scenes" Limited Editions Lithographs
Here we have a matching Pair of marines Scenes , each signed , dated and copy written in the image only . The image measure 13.25 by 18.25 inches and the frame measure 15.50 by 21 inches in a single mat and White Oak frames. Very little foxing out side of the images.
Sold as is; not examined out side of the frame. Please ask all questions before purchase.
The Fine Art of Jim gray, in the form of landscape paintings, seascapes, oil paintings, watercolor, as well as giclee and lithograph can all be seen upon entering Jim Gray Gallery in the Arts and Crafts Community of Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
T. For over fifty years, Jim has allowed people to share his adventures through his numerous paintings and many prints.
As the years pass by, Jim continues to receive increasing amounts of praise and recognition for his artwork. Jim is listed in Who's Who in American Art, he is a member of America's oldest professional art group, The Salmagundi Club, and he is also a member of the prestigious American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA). He served as Vice President of the ASMA for 8 years and sat on the board of directors for an additional 4 years. In 1976, the Loyal American Life Insurance Company bought a collection of 40 of Jim's paintings and took them on a cross-country tour as part of a bicentennial celebration. For many years Jim held workshops where he instructed hundreds of students. He has won numerous awards and has been commissioned to do many major works.
Jim has had a life long fascination with the ocean. He has painted countless seascapes and under water scenes. Many of these focusing on the tall ships of the past. His paintings of sloops, schooners, and other ships along this same line, illustrate his passion for adventure on the high seas.
Although much of Jim's work centers around land and seascapes, he is also well known for his paintings of people, wildlife and flowers. During his career, Jim has sold well over 2,000 paintings and 125,000 prints to collectors in the United States and abroad. Currently, Jim divides his time between his home in Knoxville, Tennessee, and his home in Perdido Key, Florida. Jim continues to travel extensively always seeking adventure, which will lead to his next painting.
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