Shadowbox presentation of the J.P. Morgan yacht used mainly to commute between his home up the Hudson River and NYC. Designed by J. Beavor-Webb and built by T.S. Marvel in 1899, she was a twin screw schooner of 304 LOA. This artistic ship’s portrait is done in the traditional style of late 19th century marine shadowbox paintings. It shows the yacht from a port side view lying at anchor at Manchester, MA, c. 1912, and has a polychrome hand painted fair weather sky & calm sea, and hand-painted ship’s name banner and date. The model is authentically painted per research, and constructed in semi-relief from solid wood, with assemblies and miscellaneous deck fittings of metal or wood. Presented for wall mounting in a glazed mahogany wood frame with gold trim.