Mauretania Leaves the Tyne by Thomas Marie Madawaska Hemy 50x70cm PosterMauretania Leaves the Tyne by Thomas Marie Madawaska Hemy 50x70cm Poster. Original painting held in the Discovery Museum. TWCMS: 2008.2151. Mauretania was the most famous ship ever built on the Tyne. She was built at the Wallsend shipyard by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson for the Cunard Line, a leading operator of passenger ships across the Atlantic. The artist Hemy has painted her leaving the River Tyne to sail to Liverpool before her official trials in the Irish Sea. This painting hung for many years on the quarterdeck of the Cunard passenger liner QE2. It was taken off the ship and brought to Discovery Museum when she made her final visit to the Tyne in October 2008
View at Discovery Museum Tyne & Wear Shipyards Collection at Tyne & Wear Archives has been included on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register, a global online catalogue created to help promote the UKs documentary heritage across the UK and the world.
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|Brand||Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums|
|Artist||Hemy, Thomas Marie Madawaska|
|Size||50cm x 70cm|
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