Ships of the Past No.2 (2014)
Colour photograph (Giclée) by Frederick Ardley


  • Colour photograph (Giclée), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 3
  • Size: 24.41 × 34.25 × 0.79 in (framed) / 19.69 × 29.53 × 0.04 in (unframed) / 18.11 × 27.17 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold framed
  • Signed and numbered certificate of authenticity

Free Returns

  • Artwork description
  • Shipping
  • Returns and refunds
    Artfinder guarantees absolute satisfaction. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase you can return it free within 14-days, no questions asked. We will arrange a shipment to collect your art and refund you fully, including any associated shipping charges.

Frederick Ardley

United Kingdom

Question for the artist?

Artist's description:

Fine Art Print: Limited Edition of 3

50x75cm with a 2cm border on the top and bottom and a 3cm border on the sides.

This print is made to the highest standard as a Gicleé on 310gsm Hahnemuhle fine art photo rag. I print all my work in London and personally examine and sign on an order by order basis.

'Working Dock and Ships of the Past are images created during the filming of the sequel to Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland film. The film location was in the historic Gloucester dockland areas and was the perfect chance to create an image with an atmosphere inspired by the maritime works of J.M Turner.

Romantic works always have an impact on me. I am one of those people who always look back to previous periods of time as the golden era of style and creativity. I believe this image epitomises the romantic era and like Working Dock, it has a certain cinematic feel, helped by the studio fog and background actors adding to the story.'

You can chose to have the print unmounted, unframed and shipped in a carefully packaged tube. Or have it beautifully framed in a luxurious modern back square frame. This requires an extra 7-10 days before dispatch by courier. Delivery is always included in the price.

Featured in the Pintora Presents: Platform Exhibition at the Embassy Tea Gallery in London 2015.

Materials used:

gicleé print on 310gsm Hahnemuhle fine art photorag

  • Ready to Hang