This is a set of two small original oil paintings on canvas. Paintings have similar metal gold frames, similar size. One painting depicts a sailing ship break through the waves leaving a white trace behind signed by  Listed Artist Hewett  R. JACKSON (1914-2007) in a lower right corner.
The other painting depicts a lighthouse. Signed in a lower-left corner, but difficult to read.
Both paintings in excellent condition. Framed measures 10" x 8".
Please see the photos, they are the part of the description.
Please read some biographical  facts about Artist :
Hewett  R. JACKSON 
Known for his accurate ship drawings and paintings, down to the last detail, Hewitt Jackson was born in the Kirkland, Washington area in 1914.  He went to sea at the young age of 12 years doing ciphering and sketching during his time off from school.  He sailed the seven seas and during his "wander" years, met prominent artists and authors including John Steinbeck and Norman Rockwell. 
His renderings of authentic early century sailing ships on Puget Sound show his love for historical accuracy and fine detail.  His works are in many maritime collections including the Oregon Historical Society, the Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, and the Washington State Historical Society 
Please note that the physical colors of the item may vary from the pictures in the listing, given the quality of the camera, the lighting, and the background used
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Listed Artist Hewett JACKSON 1914-2007,set of two small oil paintings, seascape

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