In the Ice-pack, from the Main Top of the Terra Nova

National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Duff Collection

In the Ice-pack, from the Main Top of the Terra Nova

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Overall size of this product is 40 × 30 cm.
The image area of the print measures 31 × 22 cm.
The Terra Nova was built in 1884 as a whaling ship but first found fame as the relief ship for Captain Scott's ‘Discovery' expedition in 1903 and a couple of years later rescued members of the American Ziegler Polar Expedition. But her primary claim to fame like Scott's rests mainly on his Terra Nova Expedition (officially the British Antarctic Expedition).
Artist: Herbert George Ponting
Date: 1910
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