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Edward D Walker Marine Artist


Edward D. (Ted) Walker is a world-renowned, professional marine artist who is equally at home painting deep-sea sailing vessels, the majestic Cunard's, RMS Titanic, and countless other ships of all types and eras.

Edward WalkerHis distinguished career spans more than fifty years and includes famous UK and US historic ships of the civil war era, Irish famine relief, plus, fishing and whaling ships.


Ted Walker’s commissions can be found in public, private and royal collections. He is the official artist for the RMS Titanic Artefacts Exhibitions, currently touring Europe and North America, who utilise Ted’s Titanic Maiden Voyage painting as their iconic image. The Cunard fleet of luxury liners including Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth, all prominently display Ted’s paintings. The UK Royal Mail is yet another of Ted’s prestigious clients.


Read more about Ted Walker here.



Published Books


Ted’s marine art has been published in two noteworthy books: Sea Liverpool: Maritime Art of Edward D. Walker (2006) and Titanic: Maritime Art of Edward D. Walker (2012). Both books are available to purchase by clicking here.



Sea Liverpool


Ted’s first book ‘Sea Liverpool: The Maritime Art of Edward D Walker’ showcases 38 of his paintings, nearly all of them with a Port of Liverpool connection.


The paintings range from Samuel Cunard’s Britannia of 1840 to Cunard’s Queen Mary 2. Amongst other transatlantic liners pictured in the book are the much loved Mauretania, Aquitania, Franconia, Caronia and Reina del Pacifico as well as the ill-fated Liverpool-registered Titanic and frequent visitor to the Mersey, QE2.


Ted’s magnificent paintings are enhanced by individual write-ups of each subject specially commissioned from Dr Adrian Jarvis, former Keeper of Port History with National Museums Liverpool. Readers will find them authoritative, and illuminating.





As artist for the RMS Titanic International Artefacts Exhibition, Edward “Ted” D. Walker created eighteen, original, oil paintings depicting the Titanic story. Walker’s paintings include the Titanic’s sea trials, ports of call, and maiden voyage to the dramatic sinking from the iceberg collision. This epic, maritime tragedy concludes with lifeboats adrift and rescue by the Carpathia. 


This book is authored by acclaimed Titanic historian, Charles A. Haas. The condensed text was created especially for Walker’s eighteen paintings illustrating the Titanic story.


This full colour book, size 8.5” x 12”, bound by soft-cover, is comprised of twenty nine pages.







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