On The Waterfront Charleston In 1890 By Patrick O’Brien

American Society of Marine Artists Invitational Art Gallery

Following CDC guidelines and prohibitions on large gatherings, and with the health and safety of our staff, guests, artists and members foremost in our thoughts, the 10th National Maritime Awards Dinner in Washington, DC has been postponed.  The American Society of Marine Artists Invitational Art Gallery led by world-acclaimed marine artist Patrick O’Brien will be hosted online, with a limited selection of paintings on display and for sale.

The late Peter Stanford, NMHS president emeritus, helped found the American Association of Marine Artists back in 1978 to “recognize, encourage, and promote marine art and maritime history.”  ASMA artists are an amazingly talented and knowledgeable resource, not just to those who appreciate and collect art, but to those who value the study of maritime history. These artists bring to life seafaring scenes from every age and successfully capture the spirit and character of sailing and ships, large and small, power and sail, merchant, military, or leisure.

Through the leadership of acclaimed artist Patrick O’Brien, we have invited a select group of ASMA artists including Laura Cooper, Neal Hughes, Loretta Krupinski, Richard Loud, Leonard Mizerek, Sergio Roffo, and Lisa Egeli, ASMA president, to display their work.

25% of the purchase price of each painting goes to the National Maritime Historical Society and the National Coast Guard Museum Association and is tax deductible for the buyer.  All selections are available for purchase now by email at or by calling NMHS headquarters at (914) 737-7878, ext. 0. Check back here for additional works that will be posted as they become available.


Patrick O’Brien
Washington in 1899
12.5” x 18” · $4,000 SOLD


Patrick O’Brien
Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race
11” x 14” · $2,500


Patrick O’Brien
Guardian of the Republic: the USS Constitution on Patrol
24” x 36” · $14,000 SOLD


Lisa Egeli
Chesapeake Tides
9” x 12” · $1,100 SOLD


Laura Cooper
Crossing Tacks: New York 50s in Long Island Sound, 1920
16” x 18” · $6,800 SOLD


Laura Cooper
Gloucester Fishing Schooner
17” x 25” · $6,800


Neal Hughes
Morning on the River
14” x 18” * $3,200


Loretta Krupinski
Heading Home, the Schooner Wendameen
15” x 22” · $4,500


Richard Loud
Herreshoff S-Class, Quissett, Cape Cod, c. 1932
15” x 27” · $7,800


Len Mizerek
Harbor Approach
15” x 30” · $4,900


Len Mizerek
Heading Home
12” x 24” · $3,200 SOLD


Len Mizerek
Night Mist: 59th Street Bridge
18” x 24” · $4500 SOLD


Sergio Roffo
Sunrise Arrival
18” x 30” · $12,500


Sergio Roffo
Sunset on the Dunes
10” x 18” · $5,500