Beloved marine painter John Stobart displays artworks in a late-career retrospective and will offer up insights during a fireside chat with Fine Art Connoisseur editor Peter Trippi.
In a series of upcoming events, New York’s Salmagundi Club will commemorate the impressive career of history and marine painter John Stobart, who figures among the most important living representational artists.

John Stobart, “St. Mary Approaching Cape Horn,” oil, 20 x 26 in. Available at the Salmagundi Club, $110,000
On view now, an exhibition at Salmagundi Club displays 24 artworks by John Stobart from different moments in the artist’s storied career. Some of the paintings are for sale, while others are hung for aesthetic appreciation only and through the run of the exhibition, which closes May 22.

John Stobart, “San Francisco, Deserted Ships in 1849,” oil, 30 x 50 in. Not for sale

John Stobart, “Weymouth Harbor,” oil, 32 x 50 in. Not for sale

The Salmagundi Club will also recognize Stobart’s achievements with the presentation of a Medal of Honor at a President’s Dinner on Wednesday, May 14.

New York’s Salmagundi Club honors John Stobart with a solo exhibition.

Lastly, Fine Art Connoisseur editor Peter Trippi will lead an informal interview with the artist, during which Stobart will share reflections on his life and art. This fireside chat will take place at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 15, in the Salmagundi Club’s Upper Gallery. The event is open to the public, with a suggested donation of $10.
To learn more, visit Salmagundi Club online.


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