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Original oil painting on canvas
 
This painting depicts RMS Titanic shortly after midnight 3rd/4th April, 1912, secured at Berth 44 in Southampton Docks. This was its first and only visit having sailed some 570 miles from trials in the Irish Sea. The dock had been especially built to accommodate the two new White Star liners, Olympic and Titanic. Opposite you can see the ongoing construction of the docks with cranes, railway rolling stock and barges. The American Line ships St. Louis and Philadelphia are laid up because of the scarcity of fuel. The national coal strike which started in January caused the shortage resulting in many ships lying idle at their moorings.
The Titanic remained at this berth until sailing day, Wednesday 10th April, when it left for Cherbourg and Queenstown en route to New York, a destination it would never reach........................
 
The painting has been completed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the disaster.
 
The artist is related to a survivor of the sinking which is why this a very collectable artwork. 
A certificate of provenance is also included.
 
Canvas size   H:510mm x W:760mm
 
The painting is framed,  free delivery within the UK
 
Viewing prior to purchase by prior arrangement. SOLD

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Limited edition high quality lithograph print, signed and numbered by the artist.

1 print supplied out of 750 copies produced.

Also included in the sale is:

1 x information sheet detailing the description of the painting

1 x information sheet detailing the role of George William Beauchamp, survivor of Titanic and Great Uncle to the artist.

Paper size: H:590mm x W:830mm

Image size H:500mm x W:750mm

Supplied in a tube, unframed.

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15th September 1805, the English Channel south of the Isle of Wight. HMS Euryalus and HMS Victory sail to the blockade at Cadiz and the Battle of Trafalgar.

High quality lithographic print

Paper size: H:500mm x W:580mm

Image size: H:400mm x W:500mm

Supplied in a tube, unframed.

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On this Greek island the sun is high in the sky , a cool breeze blows and the noise of crickets breaks the peace. Near the rocks of a cove local fishing boats are at anchor.

Oil size 24cm x 34cm

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September 1940....Spitfires of 234 Squadron over Southampton Docks following a daylight raid by the Luftwaffe.

Never has been so much owed by so many to so few - Winston Churchill

Original oil painting size 50cm x 70cm.

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Worldwide postal costs on request.

Local delivery within 30 miles of SO14 6GS

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Circa 1785 - on a remote Caribbean island lies the wreck of the Spanish 30 gun warship 'Rosa' lost after a terrible storm.

Oil size 50cm x 70cm

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The racing yacht 'Apache' makes for Antigua after a challenging days sailing.

Oil size 50cm x 50cm

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Framed pastel picture of Cecil the lion killed unnecessarily.

A4 size approx.

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