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Portrait of Tom Crean



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Portrait of Tom Crean

Photographer:Hurley, Frank (1885-1962)
Location:Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
Expedition:Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1914-17(Endurance). Leader: Ernest Shackleton
Date: 1915
Portrait of Tom Crean, smoking a pipe

Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, offers excellence in the study of the Arctic and Antarctic

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© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge


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Introducing the captivating Portrait of Tom Crean framed print from the Media Storehouse collection. This historic photograph, taken by Frank Hurley during the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition led by Sir Ernest Shackleton between 1914-17, captures Tom Crean, an Irish seaman and Antarctic explorer, at the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge. Hurley's image not only preserves the essence of Tom Crean's courage and resilience but also adds a touch of adventure and exploration to any space. Bring a piece of Antarctic history into your home with this exquisitely framed and preserved print.

Premium Paradise Wooden Range A1 Premium Poster Frame (86x62cm) with A2 Poster (59x42cm) and mounted behind a white matt board to make your photo really stand out. FSC Certified and Rainforest Alliance Certified for environmental, social, and economic sustainably. High transparency tempered glass window with a smooth finished frame. Great for filling empty walls, decorating blank spaces, or creating eye-catching gallery walls. Frames arrive ready to hang. Sent with secure, protective packaging. Smooth wooden veneer mimics the real wood look and feel with ultra-durable scratch resistance tempered glass.

Ready to Hang Contemporary Framed and Mounted Prints. To ensure the paper is held securely the visible picture may be marginally smaller than quoted.

Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 58.8cm x 58.8cm (23.1" x 23.1")

Estimated Product Size is 62cm x 86.6cm (24.4" x 34.1")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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In this evocative black-and-white portrait, Tom Crean, a legendary figure in the annals of Antarctic exploration, is captured in a moment of quiet reflection. Taken during the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914-17), led by Sir Ernest Shackleton, this photograph was captured by Frank Hurley in 1915. Crean, clad in a heavy coat and wearing a fur hat, gazes intently off into the distance, a pipe clenched between his teeth. Tom Crean's exploits in Antarctica are nothing short of remarkable. He had previously served as a seaman on Shackleton's Nimrod Expedition (1901-04), during which they made the first successful ascent of Mount Erebus, one of the volcanic peaks in Antarctica. Crean's fortitude and resilience were once again put to the test during the Endurance Expedition, where he endured unimaginable hardships, including the sinking of the ship Endurance and the subsequent struggle for survival on the ice floes. Despite these challenges, Crean's indomitable spirit carried him through. He played a crucial role in the rescue of his comrades, including Shackleton, when they managed to reach Elephant Island in lifeboats. Later, he accompanied Shackleton on the epic journey to South Georgia Island in search of help, a voyage that ultimately saved the entire crew. This portrait of Tom Crean, taken at the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge, stands as a testament to his unwavering determination and courage in the face of adversity. The pipe, a common prop for explorers of the time, adds an air of contemplation and introspection to the image, making it a poignant reminder of the human spirit's ability to endure even the most extreme conditions.

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