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Added by blam1 (156)
Cover by lotus07 (3)

Added on: 15/12/2013
Latest update: 20/11/2018
User updates processed: 2

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Profiles in American Art: John Stobart (1980) [---]

Country  USA  
Street Date  ???
Publisher  ???
Price  ???

UPC  ???
Category  Documentary

Color  Color
Length  28 min.
Side  1
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
07-604A1-8

 Additional Information by lotus07 (3)   23/08/2016 

A Ken Meyer Production

Frame Index:

    STOBART Index
  • 02315-05620 Cystic Seaport sunrise
  • 05625-11592 Stobart talks about the romance of ships
  • 11600-13490 Stobart talks with the skipper of the Barba Negra about making sails
  • 13565-16411 Stobart researching the old ships--the Morgan Cutty Sark, and Balclutha
  • 16570-20830 Stobart painting the Hartford, Connecticut seaport in 1840
  • 20840-25095 Stobart in Liverpool, England
  • 2230-27477 Joseph Conrad's description of a ship at sea
  • 27480-31393 Stobart talks about his moonlit port scenes an the atmosphere he creates in his paintings
  • 31430-3775 Stobart sketches and paints the clipper ship Lightning
  • 37995-44907 Stobart's fascination for steamboats
  • 44922-48976 Review of Stobart's art
  • 49010 Film credits
    Works of Art (Freeze Frame)
  • 09310 Dreadnaught
  • 09616-09968 The Dashing Wave
  • 10307 Decks Awash
  • 28218 South Street, New York
  • 29777 Maiden Lane, New York
  • 29041-29778 Georgetown
  • 29781-29675 Wayne City Landing - Independence
  • 71747 Savannah - River Street by Moonlight, 1842
  • 97375 Lightning
  • 44161-44447 St. Louis Riverfront in 1876
  • 44909 St. Louis, Gateway to the West, 1878
  • 45450 New Orleans - The Robert E. Lee leaving in 1880
  • 45967-46070 The Brig Pilgrim Leaving Santa Barbara
  • 46101-46764 Pittsburg - The Monongahela Waterfront in 1900
  • 46476-46560 New Orleans - J. M. White
  • 46644-47095 Alexandria - The Ship Fairfax Leaving Port for Rio de Janeiro, 1845
  • 47140-47714 (Unidentified)
  • 47472 (Unidentified)
  • 47527-47690 (Unidentified)
  • 47780-47920 Nantucket
  • 48000-48776 Whaling in the Arctic
  • 48890 Roundinc, the Horn

 Additional Information by blam1 (156)   20/11/2018 

Each of the 12 titles in this collection were originally issued in "Collectors Editions" box sets. Box included the disc, with a hand signed label and unique number, disc jacket with gold leaf printing and color coordinated with a hardbound book which is also hand signed by the artist with a matching number. Each of these sets was limited to 100 units.

The images here are of a generic white jacket with black printing. The disc labels have the artist name written in black ink (not signed by the artist) and have a number of "X". It is unknown how many of each title in this format were issued.

The programs were made for PBS between 1980 and 1982.