Printable Lighthouse Pictures

Some people wonder if it possible or easy to buy printable lighthouse pictures. And I say “Yes”, but be careful where you do so. Quality may vary a lot.

Printable Lighthouse PicturesThis is a a photo manipulation from many sources that I used as a model and under-painting blur for a post artwork with a graphics tablet.

It features some imaginary galleons approaching a lighthouse in the Itapuã, Bahia, Brazil seashore.

Although this scene has never been actually described, it is highly probable that it did happen at one time or another.

Operating from Port Royal, Jamaica, Roque Brasiliano, or Rock, the Brazilian, among other aliases, was a famous and ruthless buccaneer in the late 17th century.

Before that he had been a privateer in Bahia, Brazil where he led a mutiny and became a pirate capturing a large shipment out of Jamaica and bringing it back on his first cruise.

Eventually capture, he was summoned to Spain and then fled free leaving a trail of blood and vowels of revenge.

Buying a new vessel from a french captain, he returned to piracy later settling a deal serving Sir Henry Morgan and some other sailors of that time.

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4 thoughts on “Printable Lighthouse Pictures

  • April 19, 2016 at 3:51 am

    I have to say what an incredible talent you have! It is so beautiful and I absolutely love the originality of it!

    I grew up in Italy and loved looking at all the lighthouses along the coast. It brings back very fond memories!

    I’m going to have a look around at all of your other work too!

    Lovely site!


    • April 19, 2016 at 10:17 am

      Hello, Anna,

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I hope you come back again to check new posts.


  • March 14, 2016 at 5:39 pm

    When I was growing up my mom loved lighthouses and we used to have paintings and models of them all around the house. I think there is something really cool about how they can be a guide to those who are lost.

    The print that you mentioned above is really neat that it has a little bit of history in it with a famous pirate. Is this print your original work?

    • March 15, 2016 at 12:06 am

      Hello, Nate.

      Thank you for stopping by ans share your story. Yes, the artwork is mine. It is a composition assembly of what I imagine could have happened centuries ago.



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