Roy Cross
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Calder, Alexander
Caldwell-Fisher, Sally
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Canova, Antonio
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Carmichael, Franklin
Casaro, Renato
Cassatt, Mary
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Cezanne, Paul
Chagall, Marc
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Consani, Chris
Cooper, Laurie
Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille
Cossey, Craig
Courbet, Gustave
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Roy Cross is considered by many to be the most accurate painter of historical marine vessels of all time. After training at the St. Martins School of Fine Art, Roy Cross's artistic career became established as an illustrator in numerous fields for journals and books. During the Second World War he illustrated air force maintenance books and publications such as "'Aeroplane" and "Aviation Week". After the war, Roy Cross produced illustrations for the tops of the Airfix model boxes which are remembered by generations of children today. He decided to concentrate primarily upon marine painting and he was immediately successful.
Elected a Member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists in 1977, his art covers clipper ships to Mississippi steamboats, warships to commercial steam vessels and Royal Yachts to Americas Cup contenders.

 
Challenge, Leaving New York
Challenge, Leaving New York Art Print
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New Orleans
New Orleans Art Print
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The Golden West
The Golden West Art Print
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Mckay Clipper, Anglo-American
Mckay Clipper, Anglo-American Art Print
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Great Catalina Take-Off
Great Catalina Take-Off Art Print
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Ocean Monarch, Leaving New York
Ocean Monarch, Leaving New York Art Print
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Flight of Freedom
Flight of Freedom Art Print
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Flight of Freedom
Flight of Freedom Art Print
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