TITANIC – signed by Millvina Dean


US $2,370US $3,950

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You have just found the classiest TITANIC limited edition print on the market today!

The R.M.S. TITANIC set sail on its maiden voyage from Southampton on the struck an iceberg, meeting its demise off the coast of Newfoundland on its first and only journey.

The story is a classic, stirring the imagination of each generation. Two great films have been produced: the first in 1959, the second in 1998. Expeditions have been mounted to visit the wreck to retrieve pieces and to bring sections to the surface which lie buried deep on the ocean floor. For many, the EDMUND FITZGERALD and the R.M.S. TITANIC holds an undeniable mystique.

Internationally renowned artist Ronald Suchiu launched his rendition of the EDMUND FITZGERALD in 1992, and on August 23, 1998, the TITANIC. One thousand people attended the unveiling at the Caboto Club in Windsor.

The honor of unveiling the painting, with Suchiu, was bestowed upon MPP Bruce Crozier and Ron’s personal friend Joe Gibson. Pelee Island Winery in Kingsville added to the enjoyment of the event by unveiling two collectible wines handsomely packaged in custom made wooden cases, bearing the two unique labels produced from Suchiu’s  EDMUND FITZGERALD and the TITANIC art.

Not only is TITANIC a fantastic print at an equally fantastic price, it also has a built-in bonus that is bound to push it through the collectible ceiling of value! Only 230 limited edition prints were hand-signed by one of the most important names in Titanic history, Millvina Dean (the youngest TITANIC survivor). These prints are available for purchase.

Suchiu puts the icing on the cake.  If you want something rare and unique for your collection, Suchiu is allowing only 50 hand-painted remarques to be sold for TITANIC.

Print type

Artist Proofs – Secondary Market, Press Proofs – Secondary Market, Signed & Numbered – Secondary Market

SKU: C-20 Categories: ,

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