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From the series "Ships of the Gilded Age" by Brian Palm. The passenger steamer "Chelohsin" was built in the Dublin Dockyards in 1910 for service in British Columbian waters; she was delivered to the Union Steam Ship Company of Vancouver in 1911. With four decks devoted to passenger accommodation, which was on an elaborate scale for a vessel of this size, the ship included extensive sleeping cabins, large observation saloon, smoking room, ladies' boudoir, dining saloon, etc., all neatly and artistically panelled in carved hardwoods. She is depicted departing on her long maiden voyage of 14, 400 sea miles to Vancouver, B.C., via the straits of Magellan. Vancouver was reached "all well" without delay or incident after a particularly smart passage.
Painting:Oil on Cardboard
Size:14 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Brian Palm was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1957 and moved to Dublin, Ireland in 1977 to attend the National College of Art and Design, graduating with an Honours BFA in 1981. Palm remained in Ireland and has maintained a studio in Dublin throughout his career. He regularly shows his work in solo and group exhibitions including the Royal Hibernian Academy's Annual Exhibitions, Royal Ulster Academy's Annual Exhibitions, Eigse Exhibitions, Galway Arts Festivals, Iontas Exhibitions, Oirachtas Exhibitions and many others. Brian Palm's work has been sold at auction in Ireland with Adam's, Bonham's, White's, Mullens, O'Driscoll's, Drums, and with Sotheby's and in London. The artist currently shows his work with The Duke Street Gallery, Dublin, and has held successful solo exhibitions there in 2015 and 2016.. Brian Palm has been the recipient of several Arts Council of Ireland awards and bursaries, and the artist has had numerous residencies at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annamaghkerrig and the Cill Rialaig Project in Kerry. Brian Palm exhibited regularly with the Independent Artists Association and served as a committee member, while also exhibiting in the Irish Exhibitions of Living Art. Palm was an invited guest artist for the Royal Hibernian Academy's Annual Exhibition 2007, and his 2010 residency for the R.H.A. School Atelier Programme culminated in a successful exhibition of Shadowboxes "This Way Up". His 2011 solo exhibition "Cityscapes" proved to be a popular highlight of the Phibsboro Arts Festival. Palm showed new work in his solo exhibition "Down Our Way" in the Duke Street Gallery, Dublin in February 2015, and his second solo show in the Duke Street Gallery, the 1916 inspired "Myths of the Helga", opened by Commodore Hugh Tully F.O.C.N.S., was a triumph. For Dublin Culture Night 2017 The Duke Street Gallery held a solo exhibition of Palm's work "In the Neighborhood" which ran for two weeks. Brian Palm's work is represented in numerous public and private collections in Ireland and abroad. Brian Palm is also a highly regarded professional musician of international renown. firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.dukestreetart.ie http://www.linkedin.com/pub/brian-palm/47/414/245 http
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