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Choose from 8 pictures in our Frederick George Jackson collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Western Franz Josef Land, 1899
Western Franz Josef Land, 1899
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The Meeting of Jackson and Nansen, c1893-1896, (1897)
The Meeting of Jackson and Nansen, c1893-1896, (1897)
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Franz Josef Land, 1899
Franz Josef Land, 1899
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Western Franz Josef Land, 1896 (1899)
Western Franz Josef Land, 1896 (1899)
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Albert Borlase Armitage, Scottish polar explorer, c1894-c1897 (1899)
Albert Borlase Armitage, Scottish polar explorer, c1894-c1897 (1899)
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Walrus cub, 1899. Artist: Frederick George Jackson
Walrus cub, 1899. Artist: Frederick George Jackson
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Fridtjof Nansen after his wash and brush up, 1896 (1899). Artist: Frederick George Jackson
Fridtjof Nansen after his wash and brush up, 1896 (1899). Artist: Frederick George Jackson
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Portrait of Dr. Fridtjof Nansen, c1920
Portrait of Dr. Fridtjof Nansen, c1920
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Fridtjof Nansen after his wash and brush up, 1896 (1899). Artist: Frederick George Jackson Featured Print

Fridtjof Nansen after his wash and brush up, 1896 (1899). Artist: Frederick George Jackson

Fridtjof Nansen after his wash and brush up, 1896 (1899). In 1888 Nansen (1861-1930) made the first crossing of Greenland. He is best known in exploration terms for his three year expedition (1893-1896) aboard the Fram, which enabled Nansen and his crew to get closer to the North Pole than anyone before them. In 1896 Nansen and his companion, Hjalmar Johansen, encountered a British Arctic expedition led by Frederick George Jackson on Franz Josef Land. Nansen had not been heard from for three years and had been presumed dead. After World War I, Nansen worked tirelessly for humanitarian causes including the repatriation of prisoners of war and aiding refugees. He was awarded the Nobel prize for peace in 1920. A print from A Thousand Days in the Arctic, by Frederick G Jackson, Volume II, Harper & Brothers, London, 1899

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