The brooding soldier

£50.00£90.00

Vancouver Corner, Sint-Juliaan, Langemark, Western Flanders, Belgium.
A reflective monument to the Canadians at the Battle of Gravenstafel Ridge in April 1915. The site of the first gas attack of the war. The line broke under the cloud of chlorine. Canadians and French colonial troops rushed to fill the gap, one in three casualties, one in nine lost. My great uncle Fred was here, then not, invalided out, his chest ruined.

Limited Edition 420mm x 280mm print
Fore-signed and numbered – Limited edition of 25 only
Printed on 280gsm lustre finish archival quality paper using Lucia Pigments.

Standard Print 300mm x 200mm print
Reverse signed
Printed on 280gsm lustre finish archival quality paper using Lucia Pigments.

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THE BROODING SOLDIER

Vancouver Corner, Sint-Juliaan, Langemark, Western Flanders, Belgium.
A reflective monument to the Canadians at the Battle of Gravenstafel Ridge in April 1915. The site of the first gas attack of the war. The line broke under the cloud of chlorine. Canadians and French colonial troops rushed to fill the gap, one in three casualties, one in nine lost. My great uncle Fred was here, then not, invalided out, his chest ruined.

Limited Edition 420mm x 280mm print
Fore-signed and numbered – Limited edition of 25 only
Printed on 280gsm lustre finish archival quality paper using Lucia Pigments.

Standard Print 300mm x 200mm print
Reverse signed
Printed on 280gsm lustre finish archival quality paper using Lucia Pigments.

Prints are supplied white bordered. These prints are printed as black and white images and are chroma-sealed. Sizes are approximate.

Price includes free delivery by registered post (UK only*), prints over 300 x 200mm are supplied in a rigid tube. Smaller prints are supplied flat, protected by boards in an envelope.

*Free delivery is UK only, if you are outside the UK delivery prices are POA, please email me on info@invisibleworks.co.uk for more information and a price.


Please note there will always be some variation between how an image appears on screen due to the difference between colour gamut and monitor gamma and colour settings on different devices which use 3 colour subtractive RGB colour and printers which use a multicolour variation of CMYK or a multi-tonal version of greyscale.

 

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Print Type

Limited Edition, Standard Print