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The Royal Mail Steamship Titanic is the most famous ship of the 20th century, sinking on its maiden voyage at 2:20 a.m., April 15, 1912, after striking an iceburg at 11:40 p.m. on April 14th. At that time, the RMS Titanic was the most luxurious and largest man-made, moving object in the world. The ship sank in 2 hours 40 minutes with Captain E. J. Smith bravely going down with the ship. A total of 1,523 were lost at sea with 705 survivors picked up by the Carpathia.

Edward D. Walker, Marine Artist, of Liverpool, England, is the official artist of the RMS Titanic Artifacts Exhibition. In this capacity, Walker has created the world's largest collection of Titanic portraits, by a single artist, which are historically accurate, and depict the beauty and majesty of this great ship. Walker's portifolio of RMS Titanic paintings have been assembled to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's maiden voyage, April 2012. The paintings are listed in historical, chronological order of the Titanic's life.

RMS Titanic Portraits

1. Titanic Leaving Belfast for Sea Trials

2. RMS Titanic Starting Sea Trials

3. Titanic - Pride of Ulster

4. Titanic - Pride & splendor

5. Titanic - Sea Trials Completed

6. Titanic - Into the Night

7. Titanic Leaving Southhampton
8. Titanic Arriving at Cherbourg

9. RMS Titanic anchored off Rochas Point

10. Irish Fairwell

11. Maiden Voyage

12. Queen of the Seas

13. Sinking of RMS Titanic

14. "Titanic has gone Sir"

15. Carpathia

16. All Hope Gone

All Artwork © Sumar Publications 
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