Circa 1940-50 folk art painted ship's portrait of the only 7-mast sailing ship ever built -- the Thomas W. Lawson. She was a steel-hulled ship launched in 1902 and sank in a storm off Italy in 1907, with all but two souls on board lost to the sea. The Thomas W. Lawson has long been a favourite folk art subject and it is believed a Nova Scotian was on board at the time of the sinking. This painting is painted on ply and shows good age. Mounted within a modern hand-crafted frame. Image size is 11.5" x 23.5" and the total framed size is 15.5" x 27.5". Found in Annapolis Royal.
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