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MAURETANIA: 1939 - Framed Carl Evers portrait of ship departing New York

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Cunard Line:  It's a lovely warm day in New York as the MAURETANIA (II) sails outbound past lower Manhattan.  Famed American artist Carl Evers painted this tranquil scene under commission to Cunard in the 1950s.

The image is classic Evers - a beautifully rendered ship reflecting the light perfectly, accurately drawn workboats and ferries in the background, a distant cityscape shown in shades of tan and pink, and lots of blue water.  Oh, Carl Evers and his ability to paint water!  Often the downfall of many a talented artist, in Evers' paintings water is illustrated as deep blue with dashes and smudges of white and lighter blue to provide movement and reflections.  It may sound simple but the effect is so lifelike that I swear I can glimpse deep below the surface.  Along the top of this portrait is Cunard’s famed slogan from the 1950s, “Getting there is half the fun!”  The portrait is mounted in a 14” by 15” frame. 

Excellent condition.
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