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"Yankee Ships in Pirate Waters" by Rupert Sargent Holland. Front endpapers flyleaf by Frank E. Schoonover

"Yankee Ships in Pirate Waters" by Rupert Sargent Holland. Front endpapers flyleaf by Frank E.

The Howard Pyle painting Marooned is one of the best known works at the Delaware Art Museum. Description from delawarebusinessdaily.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Marooned, by Howard Pyle, 1910

Marooned, Howard Pyle Oil on canvas, 40 x 60 inches Delaware Art Museum, Museum Purchase, 1912

An Attack on a Galleon, 1905 Howard Pyle (1853-1911) Oil on canvas, 29 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches Delaware Art Museum, Museum Purchase, 1912

An Attack on a Galleon, 1905 Howard Pyle Oil on canvas, 29 x 19 -inches Delaware Art Museum, Museum Purchase, 1912 ----- known for creative the archetype image of the "pirate"

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From the "Book of Pirates" – Walking the Plank, 1887 written and illustrated by Howard Pyle

Howard Pyle.  "Mellicent Stood Motionless, Like a Wild Thing at Gaze," from "Mellicent," January 1905.

"Mellicent Stood Motionless, Like a Wild Thing at Gaze" Artist: Howard Pyle, January

"The ambush", Artist, Howard Pyle (1853–1911)  American illustrator

Howard Pyle painting of a duel between an English gentleman and a roguish character. possibly a buccaneer. Looks very much like a scene from a 1942 pirate movie. in my opinion.

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Wyeth - Imagination (artist's son) ca. (Newell Convers) Wyeth [American Golden Age Illustrator, Oil on canvas ca.

This has endured as one of Howard Pyle's most famous pirate images. It was the last illustration in this piece that appeared in Harper's New Monthly Magazine for December 1902.

The Rediscovery of Original Illustration Art Draws New Collectors - An oil on cardboard illustration from Howard Pyle’s “Book of Pirates.

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