- Launch of T.S.S. Duke of York - Queen's Island, Belfast.
- Belfast, Ulster, Northern Ireland.
- Norman Wilkinson CBE (1878-1971).
- A celebration of Belfast shipbuilding at it's peak, depicting the launch of the TSS Duke oF York in March 1935. As the words below explain, this ship was built by Harland & Wolff, and was a modern ferry for the Heysham to Belfast service. It later saw wartime action including use in the Normandy invasion. After the war she was rebuilt and used on the Harwich to Hook of Holland service. Year Published
- 1935 Size
- Quad Royal (approx 40 x 50in or 101.5 x 127cm) plus linen border. Other Details:
Original Vintage LMS British Railway Travel Poster.
Printed in England by London Lithographic Co SE5 Condition Grade and Condition Report:
Grade: B+, conservation-backed on linen.
Linen backed as acquired, age-discolouration remains along some fold lines. More detailed photos, or before photo, are available on request if required.More About The Artist:
Norman Wilkinson was born in Cambridge. His greatest love was painting, and he was largely self-taught, in both oil and watercolour. During WWI he created 'Dazzle Painting' as a form of camouflage for ships. He was one of the best marine painters, and his work is in many public collections, including a series of WWII sea battles at the National Maritime Museum. He initiated the 1920s LMS poster work, and created a large number himself over the years. He received his CBE in 1948.
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