T.S.S. Chelohsin At Sea


Ireland

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Size: 10 H x 14 W x 0.1 in

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Painting: Oil, Spray Paint, Ink, Household and Pencil on Cardboard and Paper.

From the series "Ships of the Gilded Age" by Brian Palm. The passenger steamer "Chelohsin" was built in the Dublin Dockyards in 1910 for service in British Columbian waters; she was delivered to the Union Steam Ship Company of Vancouver in 1911. With four decks devoted to passenger accommodation, which was on an elaborate scale for a vessel of this size, the ship included extensive sleeping cabins, large observation saloon, smoking room, ladies' boudoir, dining saloon, etc., all neatly and artistically panelled in carved hardwoods. She is depicted departing on her long maiden voyage of 14, 400 sea miles to Vancouver, B.C., via the straits of Magellan. Vancouver was reached "all well" without delay or incident after a particularly smart passage.

Keywords: Seascape, Ship, Tableaux, Ireland, Maritime, History, Irish Ship Building, Irish Ships, Marine, Steam Ship, Nautical, Naval

Subjects: Ship

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

Mediums: Oil, Spray Paint, Ink, Household, Pencil

Materials: Cardboard, Paper

Prints: Ship Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Folk Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Realism Art Prints, Illustration Art Prints, Oil Art Prints, Spray Paint Art Prints, Ink Art Prints, Household Art Prints, Pencil Art Prints, Cardboard Art Prints, Paper Art Prints

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