Poster by: Classic Image Photographs
Image by: Frank Hurley
This image of the Endurance by Frank Hurley shows the great ship from a distance. Wind sculpted ice provided a constantly changing seascape while the Endurance drifted in the icepack for 6 months.
The Endurance became firmly wedged in ice while on its way to Antarctica in 1915. The ship eventually was crushed and sank. What followed was one of the great survival stories of Antarctic exploration. Shackleton then with a few of his men rowed an epic 800 miles in an open boat in the icy Antarctic waters to South Georgia to get help. Not one man was lost.
Each image measures 23" x 31" (600mm x 800mm) and is on high quality heavy weight "art-board". Images are printed in three-colour sepia to reproduce all the tones as per the original photographs.
All posters come rolled.
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