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Choose from 852 pictures in our Arctic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Lost Ship Returns Featured Print

Lost Ship Returns

8th January 1926: Lost for two years in the Arctic, the sailing ship 'Maud' captained by Roald Amundsen, returns from her adventures. She was trapped for two years in the ice-pack with a crew of eight on board. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

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1920 1929, 3259202, Adventure, Archival, Arctic, Black And White, Captained, Consumerproduct, Exploration, H Exp Arct Amundsen, Horizontal, Lifestyles, Lost, Maud, Nautical Vessel, Recreational Pursuit, Return, Roald Amundsen, Sailing, Sailing Ship, Sea, Top B 371

The landscape at North Cape (Nordkapp), often described as the most northerly point in Europe, in northern Norway Featured Print

The landscape at North Cape (Nordkapp), often described as the most northerly point in Europe, in northern Norway

175167383, 1990 1999, Arctic, Barents Sea, Beach, Beauty In Nature, Cape Nordkinn, Cliff, Coastline, Cold Temperature, Color Image, Consumerproduct, Day, Europe, Finnmark County, Horizontal, Landscape, Nature, No People, Nordkapp, North Cape, Northern Europe, Northern Norway, Norway, Outdoors, Photography, Polar Climate, Scandinavia, Scenics, Snow, Travel, Travel Destinations, Winter

Great 20th Century Explorers Featured Print

Great 20th Century Explorers

The semi-rigid N-class airship 'Norge' (Norwegian for 'Norway'), which was used by the Amundsen-Ellsworth-Nobile Expedition to fly over the North Pole, lands on a snowy field, Teller, Alaska, May 13, 1926. Bad weather forced the craft to land in Teller and not return to Norway. Norwegian Roald Amundsen and Italian Umberto Nobile differed about who should receive the credit for the flight; Nobile because he was pilot, or Amundsen because he was the head of the expedition (American pilot Lincoln Ellsworth was the son of the expedition's backer, James Ellsworth). Two years later Amundsen disappeared while searching for Nobile's ill-fated 'Italia' expedition to overfly the pole. (Photo by Pictorial Parade/Getty Images)

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