Welcome to Richard Linton's Online Gallery

Maritime art is Richards Linton's life. When it comes to marine and maritime art, he stands alone. He is one of the few historical artists to have been commissioned by The Franklin Mint to have his paintings reproduced in the old method of hand lithography in Paris at the famous house of Moulot, where the great artists, Chagall, Matisse and Picasso had their work produced.

Brochures in five languages were printed of Richard's Franklin Mint Series and sold to collections throughout the world. He has many awards for his artwork and lithographs.

His lithographs have won ten outstanding awards since 1987. Four Gold Medals, One Silver, Two Bronze and twice the prestigious Heidelberg Award and a Merit Award in the USA. He is represented in many collections worldwide.

View his marine & maritime gallery here.

"He has developed a style unique in today's world. The fine detail is exquisite and he brings to life his paintings with his excellent use of light."

Richard Linton is renowned worldwide as an artist. It involves the exploration of history and its ships. This interest has given him the desire to create works that depict bygone eras. Because of his love of history, his subjects are mostly a record of an historic event or scene from the past. Those familiar with his work immediately recognize this detail - his hallmark of excellence.

He has many awards for his work and lithographs. For his lithographs he won ten outstanding awards since 1987. Four Gold Medals, One Silver, Two Bronze and twice the prestigious Heidelberg Award and a Merit Award in the USA. He is represented in many collections worldwide.

His gallery includes:

His new release - On the River Min ~ 1869
The Founding Of Melbourne ~ 1835

Melbourne By Moonlight ~ 1875
Sobraon at Circular Quay ~ 1871
Oliver's Hill, Frankston ~
1912
Bay Street, Frankston ~ 1912
The Tea Clipper "Sea Witch" ~ 1846
The Schooner "Enterprize" ~ 1835
The Schooner "Alma Doepel" ~ 1903
The Steel Ketch "Falie" ~ 1919
The "Flying Cloud" ~ 1851
The Iron Barque "Polly Woodside"
H.M. Barque "Endeavour" ~ 1764
The Clipper "Lightning" ~ 1855
Replica of H.M. Transport "Bounty"
"Eye of the Wind" &" Golden Plover"
The Wreck of the "Loch Ard" ~ 1878

Moonlight Over the Murray - Port of Echuca

View his marine & maritime art gallery here.

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