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Duncan Mcfarlane

(1840 -  1866 )
McFARLANE Duncan The Emigrant Ship Carnatic Of Boston

Christie's
Jun 5, 2014
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Duncan Mcfarlane - Portrait Of The Bark "thomas Mellor"

Duncan Mcfarlane - Portrait Of The Bark "thomas Mellor"

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Lot number: 2207
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Duncan Mc Farlane Lot 2207: DUNCAN MCFARLANE (British, 1834-1871) PORTRAIT OF THE BARK "THOMAS MELLOR". Description: Watercolor nautical scene shows the three mast bark in a starboard view leaving Liverpool passing the south stack lighthouse bound for Brazil. There are a number of people on deck, including a man with a top hat at starboard. Another tall ship is being led by a pilot boat off the bow. Housed in a modern gilt frame having an artist and title plaque with a colorful mat. Unsigned. Note: The 257 ton bark "Thomas Mellor" was built in Holton Pans on the River Tyne in the north east of England in 1832. Constructed for the Liverpool shipowners Mellors & Co, she traded almost exclusively with Brazil from her registered port of Liverpool. Aside from a voyage to Bahia in 1839, her regular route was Liverpool-Pernambuco. Known as one of the fastest vessels in the Brazil trade, she made many successful passages over the next 23 years. Her last entry in Lloyd's Register was for 1855. About half of Mc Farlane's known watercolors show this same background of the vessel outward bound from Liverpool with the distinct landmark of the South Stack, Anglesey off the bowsprit. SIZE: Sight 15" h x 23-1/4" w. Overall 22-3/4" h x 30-1/2" w. CONDITION: Good. 52953-3
Duncan Mcfarlane - The Merchant Barque Renown

Duncan Mcfarlane - The Merchant Barque Renown

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Lot number: 179
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Duncan McFarlane (1834-1871) The merchant barque Renown heading down the Clyde outward-bound for the West Indies signed 'D M
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.Farlane.' (lower right) oil on panel 13 ½ x 20 ¾ in. (34.3 x 52.7 cm.)

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Duncan Mcfarlane - The Merchant Barque 'renown' Heading Down The Clyde Outward-bound For The West Indies

Duncan Mcfarlane - The Merchant Barque 'renown' Heading Down The Clyde Outward-bound For The West Indies

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Lot number: 16
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DUNCAN MCFARLANE (BRITISH 1834 - 1871),
THE MERCHANT BARQUE 'RENOWN' HEADING DOWN THE CLYDE OUTWARD-BOUND FOR THE WEST INDIES oil on panel,
signed lower right 34cm x 52cm Framed Note: The wooden barque Renown was built at Whitby in 1856 and first owned by B. Pearson of the same port. After starting her career in the Ceylon trade,
she was sold to E. Hancock of Falmouth in the early 1860s who transferred her first onto the West Indian run and then to the Mediterranean. The fact that she is shown here wearing the French tricolour - albeit mistakenly reversed - at her fore-masthead suggests she was making either for the French islands in the Caribbean or to France itself. She disappears from record around 1875.
Duncan Mcfarlane - The Emigrant Ship Carnatic Of Boston

Duncan Mcfarlane - The Emigrant Ship Carnatic Of Boston

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Lot number: 59
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Duncan McFarlane of Liverpool (1853-c.1870 America) The emigrant ship Carnatic of Boston, in two positions, off the Perch Rock Fort at the entrance to the harbour of Liverpool, under the command of Captain John Devereux oil on canvas 24 x 36 in. (61 x 91.4 cm.)
Henry Kelsey Devereux of Cleveland, Ohio, and thence by descent until bequeathed to the present owner.
Marblehead Historical Society, Marblehead, Massachusetts, Old Marblehead Sea Captains and the Ships in which They Sailed, Marblehead, 1915, p. 41. J. Robinson and G.F. Dow, The Sailing Ships of New England 1607-1907, Volume.1, Marine Research Society, Salem, ill. no.32.
Duncan Mcfarlane - Portrait Of The American Ship Ocean Eagle

Duncan Mcfarlane - Portrait Of The American Ship Ocean Eagle

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Lot number: 150
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Lot 150

Duncan McFarlane (British, 1818-1865)

Portrait of the American Ship
Ocean Eagle

Entering Liverpool.
Signed and dated "D. McFarlane/1854" l.l. Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition: Retouch u.c., minor craquelure.

Note: The
Ocean Eagle
was built in Medford, Massachusetts, in 1851, and hailed from the port of Boston. Ephemera related to comparable Duncan McFarlane paintings accompanies the lot.

Area of retouch upper center in sky above the top of the foresail about 2 1/2 x 4 in.

The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
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