Ocean liner Bremen in New York
The Bremen has just been moored at Pier 88 in New York harbor
This painting depicts the passenger ship Bremen in the heydays of her impressive career
Maritime Art s.s. Bremen
Ocean liner Bremen in New York
Marine art detail: Bremen (3)
Marine art detail: Bremen (2)
Marine art detail: Bremen (1)
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Bremen

Watercolor. 40 x 60 cm. [SOLD]

This painting depicts the passenger ship Bremen in the heydays of her impressive career. In the painting, the dressed overall Bremen, has just been moored at Pier 88 in New York harbor. On the right you can see the wake of a Moran tug which has assisted her. The low point of view emphasizes the liner’s beautiful profile. The Grand Old Lady effuses an enormous pride and tranquility. The quiet atmosphere has been enhanced by the ripples of the calm water and by using a purple and gray color palette.

Old Holland Classic Watercolour

I only use the best brand of Watercolor paint namely Old Holland and watercolor paper of the famous Arches brand.

Pasteur in Holland

With onboard 4000 troops the Pasteur visited the Netherlands on a repatriation trip from Tandjong Priok to Amsterdam on the 23 February 1950.. 

Singapore client

This painting was shipped to a collector of maritime art who lives  in Singapore. I do ship works worldwide in a special designed box ensuring safe shipping. 

Liner Pasteur arriving in IJmuiden
French paquebot Pasteur in the Netherlands
Norddeutscher Lloyd ss Bremen
The Bremen as Pasteur in IJmuiden
Ocean Liner Pasteur in The-Netherlands
Cruise ship Bremen (Norddeutscher Lloyd)
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History

In 1939 the French Compagnie de Navigation Sud- Atlantique planned to bring the brand new Pasteur into service. Instead of starting her scheduled service to South America, the ship started her career as a troopship for the Allied forces during World War II. In 1957, the French ship was sold to the Norddeutscher Lloyd, which deployed it on their service between Bremerhaven and New York. In the late fifties an increasing number of passengers chose the much faster jet plane instead of the traditional passenger ship. As a result of that, Bremen was sold in 1971 to the Chandris Line and made cruises until 1974. After having been laid-up, and having served as an accommodation vessel, the former Bremen chose in 1980 the bottom of the ocean above a Taiwanese beach.