Gipsy Moth IV



The Return of Sir Francis Chichester (1901–1972), in ‘Gypsy Moth IV’ to Plymouth on Conclusion of His Single-Handed Voyage Circumnavigating the World, via the Cape of Good Hope, Australia and Cape Horn, May 1967
John Eighteen (1927–1996)
Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

The yacht ‘Gypsy Moth IV’ running before a heavy quartering sea, circa 1970
Peter Macdonagh
National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

Horn Abeam, Sir Francis Chichester’s Yacht, ‘Gypsy Moth IV’
Paper Size: 28 x 40 ins / 71 x 102 cm / Goutelette on Paper
by Montague Dawson
This famous picture was commissioned by the renowned dealers Frost & Reed to commemorate the remarkable voyage of Francis Chichester.

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Claude Grahame Muncaster (1903–1974), Cutty Sark Trust

Gipsy Moth IV rounds the Horn, Hugh Sawrey, Anthea Polson Art, Australia

Gipsy Moth IV rounding Cape Horn, 1967,
oil on canvas, 24 x 32 in. (61 x 81.3 cm)
Norman Wilkinson, 1878-1971, CBE, SMA, PRWS, RI,

Presented to Sir Francis Chichester Chichester by Colonel W.H Whitbread in 1967 Photo credit: The Chichester Archive/PPL Tel: +44 (0)1243 555561 E.mail: Web: PICTURES OF YESTERYEAR – COPYRIGHT RESERVED Managed by PPL Photo Agency

“Gipsy Moth IV” in heavy weather off Cape Horn, running under a storm trysail
oil on board, 45.7 x 61 cm. (18 x 24 in.)
Montague Dawson (1890–1973)

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Gipsy Moth IV, Rob Beilby 

Gipsy Moth IV, Wilf Hardy

Gipsy Moth IV arrival in Sidney Harbour – photoprint

Gypsy Moth IV by John Allcot

Gypsy Moth IV in the Vicinity of Cape Horn

(39.5x48cm) on board by John Allcot, a British born marine artist (1888-1973) is the ‘father’ of Australian marine art. He trained as a deckhand in commercial shipping before becoming a full-time artist in Sydney. He was a Fellow of the Royal Art Society NSW.

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