Excerpt from The International Studio, Vol. 47: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art; Comprising July, August, September, and October, 1912; Numbers 185 to 188
The work of Carlton Chapman as a painter and illustrator requires no introduction to the American public.... His open wind-swept spaces of the ocean. Wide sweep of boundless horizons. Silver grey fogs. Rock-hound coasts and peaceful harbours have been seen at many galleries and exhibitions - at this he has shown himself past-master. But to his work as a marine painter has been added the gift of rep resenting ith a truth. A feeling and a spirit, that few have obtained. The doings of man in combat on the sea.
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