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T.G. Purvis

United Kingdom (1875 -  1925 )
purvis t.g. The Danish Steampships/s Normandiet Under The Command Of Holger Schmidt

Bruun Rasmussen
May 17, 2010
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T.G. Purvis - The Danish Steampships/s Normandiet Under The Command Of Holger Schmidt

T.G. Purvis - The Danish Steampships/s Normandiet Under The Command Of Holger Schmidt

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Lot number: 662
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T. G. Purvis: The Danish steampshipS/S Normandiet under the command of Holger Schmidt. Signed anddated T. G. Purvis London. Oil on canvas. 41 x 61 cm.
T. G. Purvis, painter of ships
The Danish steampship S/S Normandiet under the command of HolgerSchmidt. Signed T. G. Purvis London. Oil on canvas. 41 x 61 cm.
T.G. Purvis - The British Steamer Queen Wilhelmina At Sea

T.G. Purvis - The British Steamer Queen Wilhelmina At Sea

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T.G. Purvis, 20th Century
The British steamer Queen Wilhelmina at sea
signed and inscribed 'T.G. Purvis ' (lower left) and '"QueenWilhelmina" (centre)
oil on canvas
16 x 24 in. (40.7 x 61 cm.)
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The steel screw steamer Queen Wilhelmina was built in Sir J.Laing's yards at Sunderland for the Neptune Steam NavigationCompany in 1898. Registered in Shields at 3,590 tons gross (2,307net), she measured 363½ feet in length with a 46 foot beam and wasengined by Clark Ltd., also of Sunderland. Named for the DutchQueen (crowned 1890) as her routes were usually in and out of theNetherlands, she was always managed on behalf of her owners until,in 1906, her managers were acquired by Furness, Withy & Co.Thereafter incorporated into the Furness Fleet, she became acasualty of war when she was torpedoed by the German submarine U.9on 8th May 1915 off the Northumberland coast whilst on passage fromLeith to Fowey in ballast.
T.G. Purvis - The Four-masted Barque Springburn Under Full Sail

T.G. Purvis - The Four-masted Barque Springburn Under Full Sail

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Lot number: 641
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T.G. Purvis (fl.1875-1925)
The four-masted barque Springburn under full sail
signed and inscribed 'T.G. Purvis' (lower left) and 'SpringburnCapt. Wm. H. Rae.' (centre)
oil on canvasboard
23 x 35 in. (58.4 x 88.9 cm.)
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The four-masted steel barque Springburn was the best known ofthe fleet of big 2,500 ton 'bald headers' built by Barclay, Curle& Co. of Glasgow for R. Shankland's Burn Line between 1889 and1893. Launched in 1892, she was registered in Greenock at 2,655tons gross and measured 296 feet in length with a 45½ foot beam.Although Springburn and her sisters were intended for theprofitable jute trade, this route had been lost to steam almost assoon as they were completed with the result that the entire fleetwas relegated to the San Francisco grain trade within a few shortyears. Despite this unexpected change of trading route, Springburnwas destined to make some remarkably fast passages under thecommand of Captain William Howard-Rae and, by the late 1890s, hadestablished several notable records including London to SanFrancisco in 103 days, San Francisco to Queenstown in 98 days,Cardiff to Capetown in 37 days and Newcastle (New South Wales) toSan Francisco in 42 days. Sold to French owners in March 1906,Springburn was renamed Alexandre and operated successfully untilsunk by the German submarine U-155 on 1st August 1917 whilst onpassage from La Pallice (France) to Taltal (Chile) inballast.
T.G. Purvis - The Steamer Tavian In Open Sea

T.G. Purvis - The Steamer Tavian In Open Sea

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Lot number: 66
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T G PURVIS (BRITISH 1875-1925), THE STEAMER TAVIAN IN OPEN SEA oil on canvas, signed 46cm x 65cm Unframed
T.G. Purvis - Absalon

T.G. Purvis - Absalon

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Lot number: 70
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T. G. Purvis
, b. Chirton, Northumberland 1861, d. Hong Kong 1933
The cargo steamer "Absalon" in rough seas. Signed T. G. Purvis. Oil on canvas. 38 x 61 cm.
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