S.S. Nomadic at Cherbourg, 1911 by Simon Fisher
The White Star Line tender, Nomadic was built alongside Titanic at Harland & Wolff in Belfast. Designed by Thomas Andrews, Nomadic played host to the dignitaries at the launch of Titanic on 31st May 1911. Afterwards, she departed for Cherbourg in France to begin a long & illustrious career that spanned almost 60 years.
Nomadic is now the only surviving vessel from the once-mighty White Star Line fleet and is now back in Belfast, where she has been restored and is now part of the 'Titanic Belfast' visitor attraction.
This beautiful print shows Nomadic returning to port, after delivering her cargo of 1st & 2nd class passengers to Olympic in the summer of 1911.
The original painting was commissioned by White Star Memories in 2007 and these prints are exclusively available through us.
Size:42cm x 30cm (16.5" x 11.5")
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