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R.M.S. Titanic Prints

Titanic at Southampton
On April 10th, 1912, Titanic left Southampton at the beginning of her maiden voyage. This print shows the classic view of Titanic being pulled away from berth 44. This popular poster-style print has an image size of 407mm x 305mm or 16"x12".
PRICE £10.00

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The Jewel of the Ocean
Artist signed limited edition of 850 prints
On the evening of April 10th, 1912 Titanic called at Cherbourg. In this atmospheric print Titanic is shown heading away from Cherbourg with the coast of France glittering in the distance as she steams on to her next port of call, Queenstown, Ireland. Printed on 300gms art paper to the standards of the Fine Art Trade Guild, the image size is 305mm x 230mm (12"x9") plus 38mm (1.5") border.
PRICE £20.00
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The Last Goodbye
Artist signed limited edition of 850 prints
Queenstown, in Ireland, was to be the last port of call for R.M.S. Titanic. She is shown in this limited edition print at her anchorage off Roche’s Point lighthouse. The tender ‘America’ has moments before, left Titanic’s side, carrying with her many of the letters from those onboard…for most it would be their last goodbye. Printed on 300gms art paper to the standards of the Fine Art Trade Guild, the image size is 305mm x 230mm (12"x9") plus 38mm (1.5") border.
PRICE £20.00
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Titanic - Majesty
at Sea

Artist signed, limited edition of 500 prints
On April 11, 1912, Titanic steamed out to sea and into history. This dramatic view of Titanic, shows her cutting through the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, after leaving the southern coast of Ireland behind her. Printed on 250gsm Sequel Satin Art Paper, the image size is 290mmx200mm (11.5"x8"), plus a 50mm white border and grey inset key line.
PRICE £15.00
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Titanic - Ship of Legend
SOLD OUT
On the evening of April 14, 1912, Titanic steamed into a beautiful sunset - it would be the last that she and many of those onboard would see. The graceful lines of Titanic can be seen in this stunning print, which captures the legendary liner on her final evening. Printed on 250gsm Sequel Satin Art Paper, the image size is 405mmx305mm (16"x12") plus a 50mm white border containing a grey key line.

Titanic Fitting Out At Belfast
In this atmospheric print, Titanic is shown in the Thompson Graving Dock at Harland & Wolf Shipyard, Belfast, being fitted out. With the early morning sun glinting on her giant hull on this chilly February morning, the first shipyard workers arrive to start their shift that day. Printed on 250gsm Sequel Satin Art Paper, the image size is 405mmx305mm (16"x12") plus a 50mm white border containing a grey keyline.
PRICE £10.00
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The Wreck of the Titanic
SOLD OUT
Titanic's final resting place was discovered by Dr. Robert Ballard on September 1, 1985. This event opened a new chapter in the history of the Titanic.


Maiden Departure of R.M.S. TITANIC from Southampton, April 10, 1912
On Wednesday, April 10, 1912, Titanic was pulled from berth 44 at Southampton, and the tugs manouvered her 90 degrees downstream into the River Test. On the bridge the telegraph signaled ‘Slow-Ahead’ and Titanic’s engines came to life. Spectators watched this momentous occasion from the steam ship Beacon Grange, moments before her near collision with the New York. This print depicting the scene, has an image size 418mm x 295mm, with border 515mm x 410mm. It is produced in full colour on 300gsm acid-free, silk artboard and is one of only a small quantity of unsigned prints.
UNSIGNED PRINT £15
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Titanic bow section montage print
Stuart Williamson is an accomplished model maker and artist. This print shows a compilation of photographic images taken of his incredibly accurate wreck model of the bow section of Titanic as she was discovered in 1985. The print of this award-winning model, shows the wreck of Titanic in more detail than it is possible to see with photos of the actual wreck, and gives an incredible overview of the bow section. The print measures 420mm x 350mm and is a poster-style print. The model has been praised by those who have been down to the wreck and it has been filmed alongside Titanic survivors. It is now on exhibition at 'Titanic, The Exhibition' in Florida, USA.
PRICE £10.00
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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.
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If you would like to request a PayPal invoice for your purchase, email Stuart at: stu_williamson@lineone.net

For further details you can contact Stuart at his e-mail address:
stu_williamson@lineone.net
or write to: Stuart Williamson, 195 Chellaston Road, Shelton Lock, Derby DE24 9EB
Tel +44 (0) 1332 700694

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