“The Mauretania, Cunard Express Liner”

Cunard Line

A very few copies left, a rare signed, limited edition print via our Print Gallery page

By Gordon Frickers 50 x 76 cms (20″ x 30″), Original commissioned,  Sold



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Detail from "<cite>The Mauretania</cite>, Cunard Express Liner" Detail from "<cite>The Mauretania</cite>, Cunard Express Liner"


Mauretania“, a very original interpretation, additionally any picture of Mautetania is as a new ship is rare.

This is a marine art limited edition print, signed, numbered from the original marine painting.

At 20.30 hours on the 16th of November 1907, we can witness the maiden departure of the Mauretania from Liverpool bound for New York.

Mauretania became the most distinguished of all the great liners.
Mauretania held the Blue Ribband of the Atlantic for longer than any other ship – ever.

A very remarkable, hardworking twenty-two continuous years.
This was at a time when speed was essential to win highly profitable mail contracts & when immigration to the U.S.A. was at its peak.

Further Reading: Useful facts + excellent stories about "The Mauretania, Cunard Express Liner".

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