Ship Painting

In Season 1 and Season 2, Ron has an iconic ship painting on his back wall. It’s a real painting by John Ward, officially titled “The William Lee at the Mouth of the Humber Dock, Hull,” or “The Return of the William Lee, 1839.” It adorns his wall until his visit to Charles Mulligan’s Steakhouse, after which it’s replaced with the iconic Steakhouse poster featuring old school boxer Mike Conley.
Try to focus on the painting on the back wall, not the unusually giddy Ron Swanson mustache smile

Try to focus on the painting on the back wall, not the unusually giddy Ron Swanson mustache smile

Do I Want It?

While this piece of artwork is a wonderful decoration, it’s actually been retired by the Man himself, so maybe you don’t want to invest in it.

Where Could I Get It?

It’s actually very easy to acquire in various places online, with different options for size and quality.

Now that's a nice manly ship painting

Now that’s a nice manly ship painting

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