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Sir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection

Historical images from the Heroic Age of Antarctic Explorations

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Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton CVO OBE FRGS was a British polar explorer who led three British expeditions to the Antarctic. Bring history into any space with wall art prints from the Heroic Age of Antarctic Explorations explorations.

26 Metal Prints

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Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: The bow of Sir Ernest Shackletons exploratory vessel SS Endurance

The bow of Sir Ernest Shackletons exploratory vessel SS Endurance
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 1914: The bow of Sir Ernest Shackletons exploratory vessel SS Endurance being prepared for her Antarctic voyage in Millwall Docks, London, England

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: SS Endurance

SS Endurance
July 1914: Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackletons ship SS Endurance in dry dock at Millwall Docks, during preparations for his Antarctic expedition. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
ANTARCTICA - 1916: Members of an expedition team led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton pull one of their lifeboats across the snow in the Antarctic, following the loss of the Endurance

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Shackletons Expedition Camp

Shackletons Expedition Camp
ANTARCTICA - circa 1914: Members of an expedition team led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton at work at a camp site, circa 1914 in Antarctica. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Nimrod In Antarctica

Nimrod In Antarctica
circa 1908: An icy coastline, off which the ship Nimrod is moored, during one of Irish explorer Sir Ernest Henry Shackletons expeditons. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Aerial view of mountains and glaciers, Transantarctic mountains, Antarctica

Aerial view of mountains and glaciers, Transantarctic mountains, Antarctica
Queen Maud Mountains, Antarctica - November 2, 2016: Queen Maud Mountains, near Shackleton Glacier science camp, Antarctica

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Great White Wonder

Great White Wonder
1909: The Southern party of Shackletons Antarctic expedition, which came within a record-breaking 156 km of the south pole on January 9, 1909

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Antarctic Balloon

Antarctic Balloon
A balloon being deflated near the Discovery after an attempted ascent during Scotts expedition to the Antarctic. (Photo by Ernest Shackleton/Getty Images)

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Arctic Dog Chosen As Team Leader For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Arctic Dog Chosen As Team Leader For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
JULY 1914: An Arctic dog called Fox at Spratts Bedlington Kennels, chosen as a team leader for an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, July 1914

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Dog Chosen As Team Leader For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Dog Chosen As Team Leader For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
JULY 1914: An Arctic dog called Fox at Spratts Bedlington Kennels, chosen as a team leader for an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, July 1914

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
JULY 1914: An Arctic dog called Lively at Spratts Bedlington Kennels, chosen to take part in an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, 1914

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Husky Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Husky Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
JULY 1914: A Husky dog called Lively at Spratts Bedlington Kennels, chosen to take part in an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, July 1914

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Grave of Ernest Henry Shackleton

Grave of Ernest Henry Shackleton
South Georgia Island, South Atlantic Ocean

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Villa where Ernest Shackleton sort help in 1916

Villa where Ernest Shackleton sort help in 1916
Villa of Stromness, the central white house, is of historic interest. Sir Ernest Shackleton trecked into Stromness with his men from the south coast of South Georgia in 1916

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Colonel, a breed of Husky and Newfoundland, chosen for Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic

Colonel, a breed of Husky and Newfoundland, chosen for Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
JULY 1914: An Arctic dog called Colonel, a breed of Husky and Newfoundland, one of the dogs chosen to take part in an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, July 1914

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Arctic dog, Called Colonel, chosen to take part in Sir Ernest Shackletons expedition

Arctic dog, Called Colonel, chosen to take part in Sir Ernest Shackletons expedition
JULY 1914: An Arctic dog, a breed of Husky and Newfoundland, at Spratts Bedlington Kennels. Called Colonel, is one of the dogs chosen to take part in an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
JULY 1914: An Arctic dog called Wolf at Spratts Bedlington Kennels, one of the dogs chosen to take part in an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, July 1914

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
JULY 1914: An Arctic dog called Skipper at Spratts Bedlington Kennels, one of the dogs chosen to take part in an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, July 1914

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: SS Endurance leaving Millwall Docks

SS Endurance leaving Millwall Docks
August 01, 1914: Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackletons ship SS Endurance after leaving Millwall Docks, bound for the Antarctic. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Endurance Leaves

Endurance Leaves
1st August 1914: A crowd at Millwall Docks watches the departure of Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackletons Antarctic expedition in SS Endurance. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Lonely Monument o Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton

Lonely Monument o Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton
circa 1922: The monument to Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton on the main island of South Georgia. He died of a heart attack and was buried there in 1922, having returned to the spot on the Quest

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Steering Gear of SS Endurance

Steering Gear of SS Endurance
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 1914: The steering gear of SS Endurance during preparations for Sir Ernest Shackletons Antarctic expedition at Millwall Docks in London, England

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Sir Ernest Shackletons ship SS Endurance in dry dock

Sir Ernest Shackletons ship SS Endurance in dry dock
July 1914: Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackletons ship SS Endurance in dry dock at Millwall Docks, during preparations for his Antarctic expedition. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Husky Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Husky Dog Chosen For Sir Ernest Shackletons Trans-Antarctic Expedition
July 1914: A husky dog called Tough at Spratts Bedlington Kennels, chosen to take part in an Antarctic expedition led by Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Penguins on Elephant Island aken during Sir Ernest Henry Shackletons Antarctic expedition on SS

Penguins on Elephant Island aken during Sir Ernest Henry Shackletons Antarctic expedition on SS Endurance
ELEPHANT ISLAND, ANTARCTICA - 1916: Penguins on the coastline of Elephant Island, Antarctica. Original Artwork: Photograph taken during Sir Ernest Henry Shackletons Antarctic expedition on SS

Background imageSir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) Metal Print Collection: Shackletons Monument

Shackletons Monument
1922: The monument to Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton on the main island of South Georgia. He died of a heart attack and was buried there in 1922, having returned to the spot on the Quest


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