Queen Elizabeth-class Aircraft Carrier
HMS Prince of Wales is the second ship of the two Queen Elizabeth-class of aircraft carriers, the largest warships ever built for the Royal Navy.
Built by the Aircraft Carrier Alliance, it was laid down on 26 May 2011, launched on 21 December 2017 and named by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall on the 8 September 2017.
The original painting was part of the 'Passing on the Baton' set of two and began in 2010 as HMS Queen Elizabeth. A new canvas of HMS Queen Elizabeth was completed in 2014. The original painting was then finished in 2020 as HMS Prince of Wales. It shows HMS Prince of Wales in company with HMS Illustrious, Eagle and Ocean, plus aircraft carried by each ship, a Sea Fury, Buccaneer S2, Harrier, Sea King and F-35b Lightning.
Paper art prints featuring the Ship's Crest and motto, are available, in A4 lustre surface, A3 lustre surface and A2 matt surface sizes, there is also the option of a 14 x 20 inch canvas print.
The A2 size paper print is a signed limited edition and receives a special authenticity embossed stamp.