RMS Lusitania Enters Dark Water, 1915.


Size: 7.5 H x 6 W x 0.1 in

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Collage: Oil, Spray Paint, Ink, Pencil and Black & White on Cardboard and Paper.

From the series "Ships of the Gilded Age" by Brian Palm. The history of this iconic vessel is shrouded in mystery and controversy, even to this day. It was without doubt one of the most devastating disasters at sea of all time, and all the more tragic in that the giant ship was deliberately sunk. Some scholars would argue that is was intentionally allowed to be sunk...the debate continues. What is undisputed is that the sinking caused the Americans to enter the First World War with decisive results.

Keywords: Ship Wrecks, Ireland, Gilded Age, Ocean Liners, History, Lusitania, Steam Ships, Famous Ships, Disasters At Sea, Head Of Kinsale, Great Ships, First World War

Subjects: Ship

Styles: Folk, Documentary, Figurative, Fine Art, Illustration

Mediums: Oil, Spray Paint, Ink, Pencil, Black & White

Materials: Cardboard, Paper

Prints: Ship Art Prints, Folk Art Prints, Documentary Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Illustration Art Prints, Oil Art Prints, Spray Paint Art Prints, Ink Art Prints, Pencil Art Prints, Black & White Art Prints, Cardboard Art Prints, Paper Art Prints

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