The ribs of a partially built schooner rest on the sands of the Carver Shipyard in Searsport, Maine, in John H. Snow’s Schooner On the Ways from 1918.
Schooners, clippers, sloops and paddle steamers crowd New York’s East River in the 1849 lithograph “View of New York from Brooklyn Heights” by Frances Flora Bond Palmer.
In the painting “Sea Trade” by David Thimgan, the clippership Woolahra is being towed into Humboldt Bay by the steam tug Ranger.
A cloud rolls across the blue sky on a summer day in Brooklin, Maine while three sailboats cruise through Eggemoggin Reach in Sarah Faragher’s painting Morning Sail, July.
The East River in New York City is abuzz on a busy morning in 1899 in artist Patrick O’Brien’s painting “Empire City.”
Shamrock V, built for Sir Thomas Lipton, was the first British yacht to be built to the new J Class Rule and was designed to take Lipton on his fifth and last America’s Cup challenge.
Artist Keith Reynolds created this painting, Christmas Island, after visiting Christmas Cove near Boothbay, Maine, where he was inspired by what he saw he saw just off the peninsula.
Joseph McGurl creates art from memories of the time he spent in the Florida Keys and the Bahamas
Artist William Davis, who enjoys painting historical scenes, captures two sailers are they pass the Great Round Shoal lightship.
A superyacht at the St Barths Bucket Regatta races past a rocky outcropping.
During the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, a pod of dolphins leads the way as the Australian maxi yacht Brindabella weathers storm conditions off Tasman Island.
The sea rolls without remorse, riled up by the storm that just passed through, coloring the sky a menacing indigo with its departure.
Robert Beck depicts the work of commercial fishermen
A fleet of catboats from the Quincy Yacht Club in Massachusetts beats to windward in this big, bold, 23x40 oil painting by Richard Loud.