In Flanders Fields

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In Flanders Fields was painted in memory of the countless millions lost in or changed by war. The title of the painting is taken from the Great War poem, written by Canadian physician Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae. The poet himself died from Pneumonia on January 28th, 1918, just before the end of the war. This is an original free-hand painting carried out on a Wacom graphics tablet.

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Canvas or Acrylic? 

Your painting can be printed onto high quality 100% cotton canvas, stretched over the finest genuine artists stretcher bars complete with stretching wedges ready for you to hang. 

If you prefer ultra-modern acrylic, your painting will be printed using a lavish 12 colour print process. The special photographic vinyl used is skilfully bonded to the reverse of a 10mm super glossy cast clear Perspex panel with flame polished edges.

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Acrylic, Canvas


16×12 (inches), 32×24 (inches)