His Old Ship

Image credit: Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council

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McCormick, born in Coleraine in 1860, became an internationally recognised artist. From 1927, his work was used by John Player & Sons, the cigarette manufacturers. This example shows a man working on a model ship.

Coleraine Museum



His Old Ship


oil on canvas


H 60.5 x W 50 cm

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on long-term loan from a private organisation

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