1:40 AM Titanic Time

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TITANIC.jpg

1:40 AM Titanic Time

3,000.00

"Iceberg, right ahead!" was the shocking message screamed to the bridge from Titanic's crow's nest at 11:39 p.m. on the fateful night of April 14, 1912.

In “1:40 a.m. Titanic Time, April 15, 1912” Jim Clary painted what is considered the descriptive painting of the Titanic disaster, and the only bow-own perspective of her sinking.

With assistance from the University of Michigan’s Department of Astronomy, he painted, one-by-one, the actual stars based on her last known coordinates. It was this signature brand of attention to detail that earned him a place on the 1983 Titanic expedition. In fact, it was a specific piece of overlooked information he uncovered during his years of research that led to her actual discovery on the ocean floor.

1980 | Original: Sold | Print edition: Lithograph | Size: 32 1/2” x 25"

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