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Copyright - All content and images © Mark Karvon 1994-2013
During World War II Germany sent her finest young men to sea in it's fearsome U-boat fleet in an effort to bring Britain to her knees. During the early days of the war the U-boats nearly accomplished this feat. As the Allies became more adept at combating the German submarine menace, the casualties of the U-boats rose rapidly. The once voracious hunters now became the hunted. Despite the tremendous odds against them, the U-boatmen continued to carry the war to sea and attack Allied shipping wherever it was found. All too often this resulted in detection by destroyer escorts and a relentless pounding via depth charge attack. The only escape for the U-boat in this case was to submerge and rig for silent running in hopes of escaping detection. One can only imagine the terror these men must have felt as bombs exploded outside their steel tube; the black sea ready to crush them instantly.
"Rig For Silent Running" - 20" x 30"
"Rig For Silent Running" - 11" x 14"
16" x 24" Giclee Print................$80.00
11" x 14" Giclee Print...............$40.00
In order to provide the highest quality artwork to our valued customers and patrons, all our prints are only printed by a professional printing company on Heavyweight Archival Paper using Epson Ultrachrome professional archival inks. We understand your art purchase is personal and our printing process ensures your treasured print will last for many years.
Note the images shown may contain a copyright or watermark. This is not present on the actual print.
Prints are signed by the artist and feature an extra 1" border to allow for matting and framing.
20" x 30" Giclee Print................$90.00
16" x 24" Ltd Edition Canvas Print (Qty. 100).........$110.00
"Rig For Silent Running" Detail Sub
"Rig For Silent Running" - Detail Rocks
Type VIIC U-boat