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I painted this 30"x40" watercolor in 1994. This scene is of San Pedro Harbor in 1913 during its great period of expansion into a major Pacific Rim seaport six years after the City of San Pedro was annexed by the City of Los Angeles The Southern Pacific station was the debarkation point for the Los Angeles Basin. The station was demolished to make room the the Terminal Island Ferry, and is no the site of the Los Angeles Maritime Museum. This area of Los Angeles Harbor was a favorite place for Hollywood Studios for location shooting.

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Maureen Bloesch 16 Jul 2010

what patience!

Ravinder Dutt 13 Jun 2009

MINDBLOWING BEAUTIFUL, !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Marika Antal 16 Mar 2009

its more then fantastic!!

margaret mckeehan 25 Jul 2008

THIS IS FANTASTIC THE DETAIL THE COMPOSITON , YOU ARE REALY A VERY VERY TALENTED ARTIST.................

jennifer blenkinsopp 11 Apr 2008

Amazing truly amazing.