Skip to main content

Canvas Print > Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04

Canvas Print : Tabular bergs

Tabular bergs



-
+
$139.99

We accept all major credit cards


Photo Prints
Poster Prints
Home Decor
Jigsaw Puzzles
Fine Art Prints
Canvas Prints
Metal Prints


Canvas Prints from Scott Polar Research Institute

Tabular bergs

Photographer: Morrison, John Donald.
Expedition: Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04
Date: 1904
Location: Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
Seascape with tabular iceberg

Media ID 11476973

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge


20"x16" (51x41cm) Canvas Print

Delivered stretched and ready to hang our premium quality canvas prints are made from a polyester/cotton blend canvas and stretched over a 1.25" (32mm) kiln dried knot free wood stretcher bar. Packaged in a plastic bag and secured to a cardboard insert for safe transit.

Canvas Prints add colour, depth and texture to any space. Professionally Stretched Canvas over a hidden Wooden Box Frame and Ready to Hang

Estimated Product Size is 50.8cm x 40.6cm (20" x 16")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


MADE IN THE USA
Safe Shipping with 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

FREE PERSONALISATION*
We are proud to offer a range of customisation features including Personalised Captions, Color Filters and Picture Zoom Tools

SECURE PAYMENTS
We happily accept a wide range of payment options so you can pay for the things you need in the way that is most convenient for you

* Options may vary by product and licensing agreement. Zoomed Pictures can be adjusted in the Cart.



public
Made in USA
loyalty
Includes Free Shipping
price_check
Bulk discounts at checkout
thumb_up
Professional quality finish
diamond
Made with high-grade materials
inventory_2
Carefully packed to aid safe arrival



Related Images


Endurance battling with high blocks of pressure ice
Endurance battling with high blocks of pressure ice
Leaving the Discovery 1903. Winter quarters in the distance
Leaving the Discovery 1903. Winter quarters in the distance
Cape Armitage from the south, our farthest south
Cape Armitage from the south, our farthest south
Lt Evans and Good adrift on a floe
Lt Evans and Good adrift on a floe
Engineer of the Discovery
Engineer of the Discovery
Dog team
Dog team
Sledging
Sledging
Two sledges
Two sledges
Sledging. Man-hauling a sledge on the ice
Sledging. Man-hauling a sledge on the ice
Sledging, eight men man-hauling a sledge
Sledging, eight men man-hauling a sledge
First sight of the Discovery 1903
First sight of the Discovery 1903
Whale among the ice
Whale among the ice

+

Shipping

+

Choices

+

Guaranteed