Despite being a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours and of the British Society of Poster Designers, Kenneth Denton Shoesmith (1890-1939) is little known today, yet his maritime art perfectly captures the romance and ...
Author: Glyn L. Evans
Publisher: Silver Link
Despite being a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours and of the British Society of Poster Designers, Kenneth Denton Shoesmith (1890-1939) is little known today, yet his maritime art perfectly captures the romance and adventure of ocean liner travel in the early 20th century.
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Author: Robert Wall
Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Limited
The cards provide an enduring record of the great age of intercontinental travel by sea. This book gives a fascinating picture of a more leisured age before the advent of the jet airliner.
On April 6th Kenneth D. Shoesmith, R.I., died at the age of forty-eight. After
leaving the ... When he gave up the sea, at the Armistice, he was chief officer of
the Royal Mail Line's steamship Conway. He then became a ... heavy running.
Few paintings have caught more happily the beauty of ship and 158
T H E C O N W A Y.
Author: John Masefield
"This new edition of the training ship Conway ... brings the story of the ship up to the times she ran aground and was wrecked in the Menai Straits in April, 1953.
Ellen , d . of General James Biddle , U.S.A .; SHOESMITH , Kenneth Denton , R.I.
one s . two d .; 2nd , Lucile , d . of ... left the sea after of American Theatrical
Caricatures , 1898 ; the Armistice , to become a professional artist ; D'Arcy_of the
Vols. 1897-1916 published in 1920, which included obituaries of those who died up to Sept. 15, 1915, was reissued in 1929 with title-page 1897-1915 and included addenda giving details of additional death 1897 to the end of 1915 which had no previously come to the attention of the editor.