‘The Sights and Sounds of the Sea Have Inspired American Artists for Generations’

The term maritime art typically refers to a set genre of 17th- to 19th-century paintings. In these works, imposing ships wage war, navigate unfamiliar waters, or engage in acts of military and historic import, all while framed against the sea and the sky. Exhibition spotlights crashing waves, maritime voyages and seafaring vessels painted by Georgia […]