Captain Smith: THE ICEBERG PORTRAIT by Alan St. George
Believed to be a photo of the actual iceberg that the Titanic struck.
Carved into the iceberg that destroyed his ship
Captain Edward John Smith appears to be carved into the ice that was his nemesis and tragic downfall. The White Star Line flag is subtly rendered on the left lower side. The artist began this sculpture by studying a photo of the actual iceberg that the Titanic struck, and heightened it for dramatic effect.
Specs and details
Cast hollow in museum quality frosted resin. Choose BLUE ICE
or COLOR-CHANGING ICE. Includes high-end, black piano finish, wooden
light-up base with AC adaptor. On/off switch.
7" x 4" x 7" tall. (3 pounds)