‘Poppies For Pegasus’
In remembrance of the brave and heroic attack on June 6th 1944, after which the Pegasus Bridge was named after the winged horse of the British airborne division.
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The Remembrance Collection is Jacqueline’s powerful and poignant tribute to our heroes in the Armed Forces and to all those fallen or seriously injured in past campaigns.
Jacqueline uses the stark redness of the worldwide symbol of memorial – the poppy – to create contrast against gritty impressionistic landscapes. All her paintings feature silhouettes which is intended to allow her audience to connect with the works in a more personal and emotional way.
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Open Edition Prints
A high quality print, professionally produced on linen textured brilliant white 350gsm Zetamatt card, measuring 12.5” x 12.5” (32 x 32cm) including a titled border.
Limited Edition Prints
EDITION SIZE: Limited to 100 worldwide
Limited Edition prints are the same size as the original painting, measuring 20″ x 19″ (50cm x 48cm) including borders. These prints are produced using the Giclée method with archival quality inks and Hahnemühle Fine Art 310gsm paper.
All Limited Edition prints are hand signed and titled by Jacqueline Hurley, with the edition number uniquely embossed within the border, and supplied with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.