Charles E. Turner’s Ship Portraits

Charles E. Turner, a port-side artist based in Liverpool of the 1920s presented Cunard with portraits of ships in their fleet. Taylor, Garnett, and Evans Company published the postcards and they became ship store items and passenger favors throughout the decade. Postcard History has the cards.

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Finding your home in ruin through no fault of your own must be traumatic. It is an emotional experience for someone every day. It must be even more devastating when there is nothing you can do. The Belgian artist whose studio was destroyed by the German army had the perfect response; he painted the scene.

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