Frame Size: 19" x 23"
Size: 14" x 18"

"Heading Out in Stormy Weather" SOLD

by James Gale Tyler (1855-1931)

Oil on canvas

Signed lower right

Description:  A fine example of noted artist James Gale Tyler showing a lone crew heading out through stormy seas.


Artist Profile: One of America’s foremost marine artists, James Gale Tyler was born in Oswego, New York in 1855. In 1870, at the age of 15, he studied with Archibald C. Smith in New York City, and other than that he was basically self-taught.

Much of his subject matter was inspired by his yearly travels from 1900 to 1930 to Newport, Rhode Island to paint scenes from the America’s Cup Race.

He painted all types of boats, from old sloops to clipper ships.

Tyler had studios in New York City from 1882 to 1899, and in Greenwich, Connecticut, and Providence, Rhode Island from the mid 1870s until his death in Pelham, NY in 1931.

His works are on permanent display at the Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC; Tokyo Museum; Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, CT; Omaha Museum of Art, NB; Mariner’s Museum; N.Y. Historical Society and elsewhere.


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