Pat Jobson:  The Mary Rose
Pat Jobson:  The Mary Rose
Pat Jobson:  The Mary Rose
Pat Jobson:  The Mary Rose

PATRICK JOBSON RSMA (born 1919)

Pat Jobson: "The Mary Rose"

1980 to 1990 United Kingdom

Offered by Sally Turner Antiques

£480 gbp
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Patrick Jobson was born in Ilford, Essex in 1919 and studied art for periods under his father Frank Mears Jobson, Alfred Hayes and Frank Brangwyn. He was a founder member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Wapping Group of Artists and was President of both the Wapping Group and the Langham Sketch Club. He was a well known marine artist, sometimes producing works of a historical note, and was also a book illustrator. His work is represented in the Adelaide National Gallery, Australia.

This painting is an oil on board and represents the mysterious sinking, off Portsmouth, of "The Mary Rose", the flagship of Henry VIII. An inscription on the reverse states "The Mary Rose foundered July 17th 1545 off Portsmouth". A 15.5 pence UK postage stamp depicting Henry VIII and the Mary Rose is also attached to the reverse together with the artist's name & address label. The wreck of the Mary Rose was recovered in 1982 and this painting is most probably from around the same period. A new museum to display the remains was opened in 2013.

The painting is housed in a moulded wood silvered frame with an inner slip.

£580 now SALE PRICE £480
Very good clean condition
Dimensions
Height 19.50 inch (49.53 cm)
Width 24.00 inch (60.96 cm)
External Height 23.50 inch (59.69 cm)
External Width 28.00 inch (71.12 cm)
Medium
Oil on Board
Signed/Inscribed
Mongrammed bottom left & artist's name & address label on the reverse
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