Artist Jim Clary was an avid shipwreck historian and enthusiast, and he took part in the 1981 search to find the wreck of the Titanic. As the official artist for the search, painter Jim Clary chronicled the findings in his artwork. He has also painted depictions of the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, which was lost in Lake Superior in 1975, and he had an expansive knowledge of Great Lakes folklore and history.
Artist Jim Clary was born in Iowa in 1939, and fought in the Vietnam War as a member of the Air Force. The revenue from Jim Clary seascape paintings was frequently donated to charities. Historical enthusiasts can find incredible likenesses of vessels and coastal towns from bygone eras by browsing realistic seascape paintings at Invaluable.
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