We cater for a wide range of marine art commissions. Some of our clients are private yacht owners looking to memorialise their vessel in paint, whereas others want to delve into naval history with marine artists specialised in the subject.

Ship portraiture itself has a long history dating back to the 16th century onwards when artists would stand on the piers with their portfolios waiting for captains to dock and commission a portrait of their ship.

Today the genre is a diverse mixture of straightforward vessel portraits from privately owned cutters to fishing trawlers to oil tankers. We draw on the expertise of the Royal Society of Marine Artists to commission a diverse range of paintings and sculpture within this field.  In addition to portraits of private and corporate-owned vessels we commission artist’s renderings of classic yacht races as well as depictions of historic ships or famous battles.


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Read about recent projects by our artists below.


Hellespont Shipping

An entire fleet of oil tanker portraits commissioned for boardrooms around the world.

Geoff Hunt Marine Commissions Mall Galleries

A depiction of HMS Warspite at the Battle of Calabria, 7 July 1940

Geoff Hunt PPRSMA talks about his historical depiction of the famous naval battle in Calabrian waters.

A commission for the American Club, Hong Kong

Geoff Hunt PPRSMA talks about painting the American clipper Sea Witch in Hong Kong’s 19th Century port.

Regatta in Colour

Peter Graham ROI talks about documenting Henley Regatta in paint

Old Harry Rocks by Jenny Morgan RSMA

Old Harry Rocks

Jenny Morgan RSMA brings to life an 18th century maritime scene 

'The Great Britain Clipper' by Jenny Morgan RSMA

The Great Britain Clipper

Jenny Morgan RSMA paints the GB Clipper as a special present for a member of its crew

'HMS Blecanthra' by Paul Wright RSMA

HMS Blencathra

Mall Galleries catches up with Paul Wright RSMA and client David Murwill to discuss the amazing history of the ship, the process of commissioning maritime works, & the challenges of painting a vessel which no longer exists