A limited edition print by Stuart Williamson
Since the wreck was discovered by Jacques Cousteau in 1976, several expeditions have tried to solve the mystery of her sinking. The gorgeous photographs in Commutator No. 166 [December 2004] show some of the wreck’s interiors and exteriors. Now you can really see what she looks like in this stunning print by maritime illustrator, Stuart Williamson, that is based on careful research from digital photos and the latest data from the 2003 expedition that truly shows the haunting beauty of Titanic’s lost sister––the bow of HMHS Britannic. Printed on 300 gsm Exclusive Silk paper and in full color, using light, fast inks, the print measures 20 X 16 inches, 515mm X 410mm; image size 11 1/2 X 16 1/2 inches, 415mm X 297mm (white border is 5cm around three sides, 6cm to bottom with a title). The print is a limited edition of only 100 signed and numbered by the well known British artist and two divers from the 2003 Expedition; Carl Spencer, leader of the expedition who died tragically, and Leigh Bishop, Britain’s foremost deep shipwreck photographer.
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