Jules Verne Nautilus Poster A1

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I finally completed my Jules Verne “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” Nautilus design, I took some time to think over and finish it.

I also had it printed, A1 size poster and I am well pleased, just need to have it framed, I am loading a small sample and a link to anyone who like to have it, I have recived requests from time to time for this, including in French, Itailan, Russian and I will add Spanish.

One of the most magnificent rooms on the Nautilus is the drawing room/salon/museum, ten meters long, six wide, and five high. This incredible room contained an organ, an art collection of great value and very large number of marine specimens. There was also a fountain made from a shell about two meters across

Artist : Painting and year completed
So being the obsessive chap I can be with some designs, I tried to find artist and painting suggested by Verne, though these painting are in museums collections around the world and are not entombed with the Captain and Nautilus for eternity beneath a volcanic island 
Here is the list of artist and works I used, I tried to keep them all in a time frame that they where collected just before Professor Pierre Aronnax, a French marine biologist and narrator of the story and his faithful servant Conseil and Canadian Ned Land boarded the Nautilus and meeting the mysterious Captain Nemo.

Raffaello: Small Cowper Madonna 1505
Leonardo da Vinci: Virgin of the Rocks 1491 -1508
Correggio: Jupiter and Io 1520 – 1540
Titian: La Bella 1536
Veronese: Adoration of the Shepheads 1523
Murillo: Assumption of the Virgin 1680
Holbein: Portrait of Boniface Amerbach 1519
Velázquez: Luncheon 1617
Ribera: Martyrdom of St Barthomew 1630
Rubens: The Village Fête 1635
Teniers: River landscape & rainbow Flemish Landscape 1644-1690
Teniers: Château Drij Toren at Perck 1660
Gerrit Dou: Astronomer by Candlelight 1665
Gabriel Metsu: Le Vieux Buveur 1650-1667
Paulus Potter: 2 Horses Near a Gate 1649
Gericault: The Kiss 1822
Prud’hon: Portrait of the King of Rome 1811
Bakhuizen: Dutch Merchant Ships in a Storm 1670-1690
Bakhuizen: Seascape and Fishing Boats 1708
Vernet: Mediterranean night 1753
Vernet: Shipwreak 1772
Troyon: The Gooseherd 1850-1855
Delacroix: Orphen Girl 1823
Ingres: The Spring 1820-1856
Decamps: Children Gathering Flowers 1844
Daubigny: Bateaux sur l’Oise 1865
Meissonier: Chess players 1853

Jules Verne Voyages extraordinaires have found so many fans the world over, I hope my personal vision of the Nautilus is enjoyed half as much as I enjoyed seeing so many other designs out there, a notable mention has to be Harper Goff fantastic design from the 1954 Disney film “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”.

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https://www.ArtPal.com/gmd3ddesigns

Man from Atlantis “The Cetacean” P5 and Base

“Finished Cetacean”


I hope you like the result for this old design and mostly forgotten TV series.. moving on to do some Space-ships for a while. I had a few suggestion s for the render, and the main suggestion was to add some bubbles! so here is the same image a little darker and has bubbles.

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