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Olivia Lomenech Gill   Fine art prints

War Horse: Only Remembered

This print represents the culmination of intense research by Olivia into the world of the only remaining part of the British Army which still maintains the link with the horses (and gun carriages) of the First World War, The King's Troop. They have made her most welcome, and she has befriended not just members of the troop but also Austin, the horse on which she based her initial drawing.

Olivia was first involved with Michael Morpurgo when she illustrated Where My Wellies Take Me, the book he wrote and compiled with his wife, Clare. She was then asked by Michael to work on a poster to publicise the War Horse

Concert. The concert includes readings by Michael as well as songs from John Tams and Barry Coope, and is being performed in various large venues around the UK in 2013 and 2014.

Michael has kindly allowed us to reproduce the image as high-quality prints, signed by the artist, and we can now offer them in two sizes.

See below for the finished giclée print.

If you are interested in buying a print, please contact me on 07712 592 155 or alisoneldred@gmail.com

Olivia meeting Austin
Olivia meeting Austin. And yes, he is large.
Olivia with her printing press
And with her printing press, working on an etching from the same image.
Olivia Lomenech Gill | War Horse: Only Remembered
War Horse: Only Remembered

A1 Archival pigment print, unframed, from an edition of 195 prints
(59.4 x 84 cms or 23.3 x 33 inches)
Printed on Hahnemuhle bamboo paper, 290 gsm
Price £450 plus carriage

A2 archival giclée print, unframed, from an edition of 495 prints, £150
(42 x 59.4 cms or 16.5 x 23.4 inches)
Printed on smooth surface Hahnemuhle Cotton rag paper, 315 gsm
Price £150 plus carriage

To buy, just email me. alisoneldred@gmail.com

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