New Fine Art Prints

Limited Edition artist signed and numbered print of H.M.H.S. Britannic at sea, 1916

PRINT PRICE: £30.00

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This superb new print shows the mighty H.M.H.S. Britannic on the early morning of November 21, 1916, steaming majestically through a calm Aegean sea; her destination Mudros. Within the next hour she was mortally wounded by a mine laid by the German U-Boat No.73. She sank in 50 minutes with the loss of 21 lives.

This is an artist signed, limited edition of 500 prints, printed on 300gsm Exclusive Silk art paper, in full colour. The print size is: 515mm x 410mm, with an image size of 415mm x 297mm, (white border is 5cm around 3 sides and 6cm to bottom with title).

Please note: The word 'Copyright' does not appear across the actual print.

Limited Edition artist signed and numbered print of the Sinking of the Lusitania,
May 7, 1915

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On May 7th 1915, the Lusitania steamed along the southern coast of Ireland. The war that was raging in Europe seemed a world away to those onboard, but as the Lusitania came level with the Old Head of Kinsale, she altered course, unwittingly putting herself into the sights of the German U20. A single torpedo was fired at the great liner, which exploded just forward of the bridge. A secondary explosion occurred and she heeled over to starboard. Artist Stuart Williamson’s dramatic print of the sinking shows the events approximately ten minutes after she was hit; her propellers lifting clear of the sea - still revolving, as panic breaks out on the decks above.

Published to mark the 90th Anniversary of the Lusitania’s tragic loss, the print is produced in full colour on 300gsm acid-free, silk artboard. The image size is approx. 418mm x 295mm, (with border 515mm x 410mm).

Stuart Williamson is the designer of the Lusitania Memorial that stands on the Old Head of Kinsale. He also joined an expedition to the Lusitania’s wreck site in 2001.

Please note: The word 'Copyright' does not appear across the actual print.

Limited Edition artist and diver signed and numbered print of the Wreck of H.M.H.S. Britannic

PRINT PRICE: £30.00

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The wreck of H.M.H.S. Britannic was discovered by Jacques Cousteau in 1976, and since then several expeditions have tried to solve the mystery of her sinking. The television documentary of the 2003 diving expedition, led by diver Carl Spencer, in association with the National Geographic, conclusively answered the questions about the loss of the great liner. In 2003, Carl also dived the wreck of the R.M.S. Titanic in one of the MIR subs. He was a member of the team that located and recovered the wreck of Donald Campbell’s ‘Bluebird’ from Coniston Water, and has been wreck diving for over 18 years. Leigh Bishop is Britain’s foremost deep shipwreck photographer and has taken stunning photographs of the wreck of Britannic. Leigh is a prolific wreck diver who has been involved in previous dives to Britannic and has dived many of the world’s most famous shipwrecks that include Lusitania, Justicia, Laurentic and the Wilhelm Gustloff to name just a few.

This stunning art print by Stuart Williamson is based on careful research and shows the haunting beauty of the bow of H.M.H.S. Britannic. Printed on 300gsm Exclusive Silk paper and in full colour, the print measures 515mmx410mm, image size 415mmx297mm (white border is 5cm around 3 sides, 6cm to bottom with a title).

Please note: The word 'Copyright' does not appear across the actual print.

Carl Spencer was the leader of the 2003 diving expedition to the Britannic wreck. In 2003, Carl also dived the wreck of the R.M.S. Titanic in one of the MIR subs. He was a member of the team that located and recovered the wreck of Donald Campbell’s ‘Bluebird’ from Coniston Water and has been wreck diving for over 18 years.
Leigh Bishop is Britain’s foremost deep shipwreck photographer and has taken stunning photographs of the wreck of Britannic. Leigh is a prolific wreck diver who has been involved in previous dives to Britannic and has dived many of the world’s most famous shipwrecks which include Lusitania, Justicia, Laurentic and the Wilhelm Gustloff to name just a few. www.deepimage.co.uk

All Fine Art Prints are available to buy.
Please complete and print off the order form provided on the
order form page and send to: Stuart Williamson, 195 Chellaston Road, Shelton Lock, Derby DE24 9EB. You can also pay through PayPal. If you would like to request a PayPal invoice for your purchase, email Stuart at: stu_williamson@lineone.net

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All images on this website are the Copyright of Stuart Williamson.