Montague-Dawson

“The Wind’s Highway - The ‘Bonita’ of Boston,” a 23.75” x 36” oil on canvas by renowned marine artist Montague Dawson (British, 1890-1973) sold for $66,000. The Boston Daily Atlas from June 11, 1853 described the ship as “beautiful in outline as in name.” She was mostly engaged in the Californian trade and was condemned in 1857.

“The Wind’s Highway – The ‘Bonita’ of Boston,” a 23.75” x 36” oil on canvas by renowned marine artist Montague Dawson (British, 1890-1973) sold for $66,000. The Boston Daily Atlas from June 11, 1853 described the ship as “beautiful in outline as in name.” She was mostly engaged in the Californian trade and was condemned in 1857.

“The Wind’s Highway – The ‘Bonita’ of Boston,” a 23.75” x 36” oil on canvas by renowned marine artist Montague Dawson (British, 1890-1973) sold for $66,000. The Boston Daily Atlas from June 11, 1853 described the ship as “beautiful in outline as in name.” She was mostly engaged in the Californian trade and was condemned in 1857.

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