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Art Wanted: Sell your 19th Century Ship Portrait

We are looking for works by:

Dove, Thomas (British, died 1887) - Oilpaintings on canvas
Lived and worked in Liverpool, Great Britain.
Ship Portraits of Sailing Vessels, Marine or Harbor Scenes
Prices starting at BP 2,000 or Euro 3.000 (Continental Europe). Prices depend on subject, size, date, quality and condition. Please send us an e-mail to receive an exact offer for your work by this artist (free of charge for persons considering to sell their painting).
An appreciated artist from Whitby who received an art training by George Chambers. He worked as a ship portrait and marine artist from 1832 to 1867. Some of his paintings (which appear only very rarely on the art market) were later published as lithographs. Information about the artist and his oeuvre can also be found in our book "Ship Portrait Artists".
The FineArtEmporium is interested in the direct purchase of fine works by this artist and can pay a good price. Please refer to our page "Contact" and send an e-mail to with the information requested there. You will receive an answer usually within 48-72 hours (up to a week in rare cases).

Example of a picture by the artist:

Dove, Thomas
Known works in Private Collections and in the Art Trade - Fine Art Emporium World Register of Ship Portraits

*Unidentified* 1837 – An English full–rigged Ship in two positions off the Perch Rock Fort entering Liverpool– 69 x 115 cm – signed and dated – good quality work - British Collection


Please note, that we have no photos or additional information about the above ship(s) or painting(s). The paintings are only shown as examples of works by the artist and are NOT for sale. If you are interested to check paintings available for purchase please refer to our For Sale Category. Thank you

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