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Canadian Society of Marine Artists Nautical Artist

Peter Rindlisbacher was born in Windsor, Ontario. Son of a boat builder and a commercial artist, he developed an intense early passion for everything nautical, becoming a racing sailor, model builder and historical naval re-enactor. In the midst of obtaining a Ph.D. in Psychology in the 1980's, his marine art career developed into its present full time status.

His paintings are mainly in oils and generally feature Great Lakes and War of 1812 subjects. Museums and historic sites in the U.S. and Canada have purchased many of his paintings, while print editions of his work are sold as fundraisers for historic groups. He enters few shows, preferring private commissions instead, largely to the U.S. market. His images have appeared on book and magazine covers, and in video and Public Television productions such as The History Channel and National Geographic.

His international reputation as an artist of the War 1812 era is celebrated in his new book, War of 1812: The Marine Art of Peter Rindlisbacher.

  


New: slide show of Peter Rindlisbacher's work currently in the galleries at The Victory.

  


Below are some more of his paintings that have previously been exhibited at The Victory, and which are now in private collections.

  

Atalanta
Oil, 16" x 20"
[Enlargement]
Race Around South Channel Lights c. 1900
Mixed media, 11" x 14"
[Enlargement]
Shark Race
mixed media, 16" x 20"
[Enlargement]
H.M.S. Ontario off Fort Niagara 1780
mixed media, 11" x 15"
[Enlargement]
Red Jacket
Oil, 16" x 20"
[Enlargement]
Privateer Nest
Oil, 16" x 20"
[Enlargement]
Privateer nest
Mohawk and Seneca H.M. Ships Mohawk and Seneca, Lake Ontario squall 1780
Oil, 18" x 24"
[Enlargement]

  

 

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