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Hms Compass Rose Painting - Hms Compass Rose Escorting North Atlantic Convoy by Glenn Secrest

Hms Compass Rose Escorting North Atlantic Convoy is a painting by Glenn Secrest which was uploaded on February 5th, 2008.

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superb artwork Glenn!

Excellent work Glenn!

What a wonderful honor to have your work shown at the American society of Marine Artists Northeast Regional Exhibit - so well deserving of that and more; this is so realistic and exceptional artwork which inspires and delights - congratulations!!!

The "Cruel Sea" is one of my favorite novels. Your painting captures the spirit of the ship in the story. Unlike the destroyers dodging about, HMS Compass Rose, unassuming in her weather beaten and rusted hull, plods along, faithfully doing her duty. A painting well done, sir.

Congratulations!

Unbelievably incredible!!!!!

Congratulations Glenn!!!!!!!!!

This is breath taking, and warming a "old" navy hearth. Thanks for sharing this moment in time both historical and artistic.

WOW! What gems you have here at FAA. This painting looks like you were there to capture it.

What a nice piece. I can feel the movement of the ocean. Gorgeous

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