This giclée print celebrates Engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel's iconic iconic ship that was innovative engineering at its best. With an iron hull and screw propellors no one had seen anything like it before when Prince Albert launched it in 1863. Salvaged in 1970 and since restored as a museum ship on the floating harbour in Bristol she is now part of the National Historic Fleet.
The illustration started with a hand-drawn sketch to capture the vessel’s unique engineered beauty and the fine detail of the design and surrounding architecture, which is then explored and enhanced using a simple digital colour palette.
Printed on high-quality fine art paper, your print is delivered unframed 300mm x 300mm for easy framing. This is an open edition print and will be hand-signed by the artist.
Whether you want to celebrate a specific event, evoke happy memories or simply marvel at the city’s engineering heritage, this is a lovely view of Bristol to display for years to come.
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