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RELIANCE: 1920 - Original Fred Hoertz agency portrait from early 1920s

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Hamburg American Line: A dramatic Fred Hoertz portrait of the RELIANCE looking every bit as big as her 20,000 ton size.

This original agency portrait from the 1920s measures 21" by 27" and comes in the original wood frame with the original brass plaque still attached.

Hoertz was a prolific ship painter and for decades created artwork for companies as varied as Cunard and United States Lines. This portrait was actually painted for the United American Lines of New York which operated the ship and her sister RESOLUTE from 1922 until 1925. The ship appears with United American's funnel colors of yellow with two blue stripes. HAPAG initially used this portrait for travel agency publicity, hence the brass Hamburg American Line nameplate. But soon they sent it back to Hoertz for touch-up as latter versions show the same image but with HAPAG funnel colors.

The print is in excellent condition and the frame is in very good condition with several nicks.
$350.00
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