“Benmacdhui” at Hong Kong

was able to show my son the cabin I sweated out my first voyage.

"“Benmacdhui” at Hong Kong", 91 x 61 cm (36" x 24"), a commission, original sold.

A rare glimpse of the port of Hong Kong circa 1955, to produce an accurate background and other shipping, Gordon Frickers researched with Hong Kong people to find appropriate period photographs.

This painting is a typical example of a commission that has become a family treasure and heirloom.

Jim Morrison who commissioned this was and is delighted with this fine painting, he wrote: I was able to show my son the cabin I sweated out my first voyage J. Morrison (N.Z.)

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