Watercolor Print on
Nautical Chart by
Named for Major Samuel Nicholas, the first commanding officer of the United States Marines, the USS Nicholas FFG-47 was decomissioned March 17, 2014.
In 2010 Nicholas came under fire from Somali pirates while deployed in the waters off East Africa near the coast of Kenya. Nicholas seized five pirates, sank their skiff and captured a pirate mother ship. All captives were subsequently tried and sentenced to long prison terms in the U.S.
Made with the highest quality materials to last up to 200 years in normal room light conditions: Museum quality giclée printed on Hahnemuhle William Turner 310gsm heavy 100% cotton fiber, acid-free, pH neutral archival paper.
Oliver Hazard Perry-class guided-missile Frigate Museum Quality Giclée Print of Watercolor Painting by Adam Koltz on U.S.G.S. Nautical Chart of Mayport, Florida.
$125 - $235
ALL WATERMARKS WILL BE REMOVED PRIOR TO HIGH RESOLUTION MUSEUM-QUALITY PRINT-MAKING
CHOOSE LOOSE OR FRAMED:
LOOSE: 18" x 22" (including 2" borders) image size 14" x 18" .
FRAMED: 16" x 20" glass-paned modern style dull satin black frame. MDF construction resists temperature related expansion/contraction to give a lifetime of enjoyment, at a cost well below that of your local frame store.
A wonderful addition to your den or library.
Marine artist and 20 year veteran Adam Koltz has served aboard several classes of navy ships and merchant vessels. Adam's attention to detail stems from his intimate knowledge of ships and his passion for accuracy. His understanding of the interaction of ships with the natural forces of wind and water gives his images life and vitality. Adam uses pen and ink as well as watercolor, and depicts the vessel on a chart with historical or current significance. Adam's prints make special gifts for Departing COs, Promotions, Retirements, Spouses and Special Friends.