At 11.00am on Friday 11 November 1918 the guns along the Western Front fell silent.
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Approx matted size: 13 1/4" x 16 3/4"
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An Armistice had finally been signed and the war described as ‘the war to end all wars’ was finally over. But peace came at a terrible price; nearly a million soldiers from the British Empire alone had died and many more had been injured. Around the world it has been estimated that perhaps as many as 20 million people had perished in what had become one of the deadliest conflicts known to man.
To commemorate the centenary of that November Armistice, Richard Taylor has created a moving tribute to all who took part in that epic struggle. As a pair of battle-damaged Sopwith Camels from 9 Sqn RFC make their way back to base just beyond the poppy field, today's flight will end in safely.
Each copy is issued conservation matted, individually numbered and personally signed by the artist.
Regarded as one of the most gifted exponents of pencil work in the industry, Richard Taylor will hand-craft an original drawing in the lower margin of each print to create a unique collectors piece. If you have any particular request please ask when placing your order and we will do our best to accommodate.
THE DOUBLE REMARQUES
Specially created for the serious collector, each print is enhanced with a unique double-size pencil drawing.