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Black & white studies of barques, brigs, galleons & schooners
These ships are large, sail-powered ocean-going vessels, commonly referred to as Tall Ships. The largest vessels are Class A square-rigged vessels (i.e., barque, barquentine, brig, brigantine, and ship-rigged) and other vessels more than 40 meters/131 feet in length. Class B vessels are traditionally rigged (i.e., gaff-rigged, sloops, ketches, yawls, and schooners) with a length overall (LOA) of fewer than 40 meters and a waterline length of at least 9.14 meters/ 30 feet.
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Paper - I use only certified archivable genuine Hahnemuhle and Canson Infinity fine art papers for my limited edition prints. These are guaranteed long-lasting fine art papers that provide true-to detail museum and gallery-quality prints. Hahnemuhle and Canson are also leaders in sustainability. Inks – I use Epson Ultrachrome K3 Ink because it produces archival prints that possess excellent color fidelity and scratch resistance while providing consistently stable color and tonal values for up to 100 years without fading when properly framed, exhibited and stored.
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