Paintings of the Arctic when it was the last frontier and as glamorous to head for as outer space is now. No fur parka and mittens required.

"Fishing for walrus in the Arctic ocean." 1841.
“Fishing for walrus in the Arctic ocean.” 1841. Oil on canvas. French. Francois-August Biard, painter (1799-1882). Collection of the Chateau Musee, Dieppe, France. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://www.allposters.com/-sp/Fishing-for-Walrus-in-the-Arctic-Ocean-1841-Posters_i1737957_.htm?UPI=ONRM80&PODConfigID=8880731&sOrigID=64232
"Icebergs in the Arctic." 1882.
“Icebergs in the Arctic.” 1882. American. William Bradford, artist (1823-1892). In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://paintersonpaintings.com/zaria-forman-on-william-bradford/.
"Icebergs in the Atlantic" (detail). 1870.
“Icebergs in the Atlantic” (detail). 1870. Russian. Oil on canvas. Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky, painter (1817-1900). Collection of the Aivazovsky National Art Gallery, Feodosia. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead longer than 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ivan_Constantinovich_Aivazovsky_-_Icebergs_in_the_Atlantic_(detail).JPG
"Penguins in an Arctic landscape at dusk." Undated.
“Penguins in an Arctic landscape at dusk.” Undated. German/American. Oil on canvas. Hermann Herzog, painter (1832-1932). Image © paintingandframe.com. Cc License 4.0. via https://paintingvalley.com/arctic-painting#arctic-painting-18.jpg
"Icebergs." 1865.
“Icebergs.” 1865. American. Oil on board. William Bradford, artist (1832-1892). Collection of the New Bedford Whaling Museum. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://paintersonpaintings.com/zaria-forman-on-william-bradford/
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