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Succumbing to 2 hurricanes, the "Nuestra Señora de Atocha" was a Spanish treasure galleon whose riches were strewn over many miles in 1622.  


Featuring old-world colors, Atocha Gumbo captures the plight of the Atocha. Hurricane clouds, her sails, and actual imagery of 22-carat gold, silver, and a stunning emerald cross from the 1982-1985 shipwreck recovery are featured.  Recovery vessels Dare and JB Magruder, including their newly updated and innovative discovery apparatus called  "Mailboxes" faintly peek in from the background.


The imagery consists of over a dozen photographs, plus two digital paintings all obtained from Dan's collection. The images were then digitally remastered and blended into one piece of art.


Choose from our early 19th-century hand-carved Rococo scrolled foliate frame in original giltwood. Size: 35 x 22 inches. Optional matching Rococo 3-piece set consisting of pair acanthus and large wall bracket. New custom frames are also available. 


Limited edition of 15 prints of varying sizes on canvas, and one (1) artist's proof printed on archival velvet fine art paper. Numbered and signed by Dan. Includes certificate of authenticity.

Atocha Gumbo

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    Care: Keep out of direct sunlight. Wipe gently with water to clean

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