Star of India
Giclee Print of
by Adam Koltz
Star of India is the oldest active sailing vessel in the world. Built in 1863 on the Isle of Man, her main activities were hauling cargo to India and British immigrants to New Zealand. In 1901 she was purchased by the Alaska Packers Association to run salmon down to San Francisco. Today she is a musem ship home-ported at the Maritime Museum of San Diego in California, and serves only to delight tourists from around the world.
Museum quality Giclee reproduced on Hahnemuhle William Turner 310gsm heavy 100% cotton fiber, acid-free, pH neutral archival paper.
Large: 22" x 18" plus 2" borders" Medium: 17" x 14" plus 2" borders Small 14"x11" in 16" x 20" frame
A wonderful addition to your den or library.
The oldest sailing ship in the world, now serving as a museum ship home-ported at the Maritime Museum of San Diego, California.
$95 - $155
ALL WATERMARKS WILL BE REMOVED PRIOR TO HIGH RESOLUTION MUSEUM-QUALITY PRINT MAKING.
Unframed MEDIUM - $125 21" x 18" (including 2" borders) image size of 17" x 14."
Unframed LARGE - $125 26" x 22" (including 2" borders) with image size of 22" x 18."
Framed SMALL - $155 in 16" x 20" contemporary black satin matte finish frame, glass panel, professionally matted to 11" x 14" image size.
Marine artist and 20 year Navy veteran Adam Koltz has served aboard several classes of ships, including merchant vessels. Adam's attention to detail stems from his intimate knowledge of ships and his passion for accuracy. His understanding of the interaction of ships with the natural forces of wind and water gives his images life and vitality. Adam uses pen and ink as well as watercolor, and depicts the vessel on a chart with historical or current significance. Adam's prints make special gifts for Departing COs, Promotions, Retirements, Spouses and Special Friends.
Docked at the Maritime Museum of San Diego, the Star of India welcomes tourists daily.