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Battle of Trafalgar by Steven Dews.


Battle of Trafalgar by Steven Dews.

Item Code : GL0066Battle of Trafalgar by Steven Dews. - This Edition
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PRINTLimited edition (total of all versions) of 1805 prints. Paper size 44 inches x 70 inches (112cm x 178cm)Artist : Steven Dews780.00

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Other editions of this item : Battle of Trafalgar by Steven Dews GL0066
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PRINTLimited edition (total of all versions) of 1805 prints. Paper size 28 inches x 44 inches (71cm x 112cm)Artist : Steven Dews446.00VIEW EDITION...
PRINT Limited edition (total of all versions) of 1805 prints. Paper size 22 inches x 34 inches (56cm x 86cm)Artist : Steven Dews288.00VIEW EDITION...
PRINT Limited edition (total of all versions) of 1805 prints. Paper size 14.5 inches x 22 inches (37cm x 56cm)Artist : Steven Dews199.00VIEW EDITION...
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Limited edition (total of all versions) of 1805 prints. Canvas size 40 inches x 66 inches (102cm x 170cm)none985.00VIEW EDITION...
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Limited edition (total of all versions) of 1805 prints. Canvas size 24 inches x 40 inches (61cm x 102cm)none564.00VIEW EDITION...
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Limited edition (total of all versions) of 1805 prints. Canvas size 18 inches x 30 inches (46cm x 76cm)none376.00VIEW EDITION...
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Artist Details : Steven Dews
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Steven Dews

Steven Dews was born in Yorkshire in 1949 and his meteoric rise to success from distinctly unpromising beginnings should be an inspiration to all young artists. From being the boy who failed his art A Level, his work has now placed him at the pinnacle of the marine art world. Steven Dews has been the official artist for the British Americas Cup challenge team and his many official commissions have included paintings to record the 150th anniversary of the New York Yacht Club and an Australian Government commission to record the bicentennial celebrations in Sydney Harbour. His paintings combine his mastery in oil of the natural elements of the sea and sky with the precision and accuracy of his depictions of ships and boats under sail. Above all, coming from a family with generations of links to the sea, Steven Dews lives and loves the subject he paints.

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