Canada’s Proud

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Unveiled by General Rick Hillier at the Official Launch at Mile One Centre,
St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Our soldiers are ranked with the best in the world. They have forged this reputation with their own blood and sacrifice in the last two Great Wars, Korea, and today’s modern conflicts. It is this same character and integrity that our sons and daughters draw their strength and pride from as they defend human rights here and abroad. 
This painting is a tribute honouring the respect of the past as it is forwarded with valour in the hands of our soldiers today.

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Description

This print is a 18” x 24” Limited Edition Giclée which includes:

4,950 Limited Edition
49 Artist Proofs  (Artist Proofs are a small number of prints that have been set aside by the Artist to ensure quality control.)

This quote appears on bottom of print: 

‘In the end, it is the sacrifice and deeds of the soldier that dissolves tyranny and delivers freedom and dignity to those unable to fight for it themselves.’

The Original painting was unveiled by General Rick Hillier at the Official Launch at Mile One Centre, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Very thoroughly researched for historical accuracy of events, gear, vehicles, and weapons.

*Newfoundland version of this print is the same as the Canada version, but with the WW1 soldier wearing Blue Puttees on his legs and Newfoundland Regiment patches on shoulder. Only Newfoundland soldiers wore these in the Great War. It also includes the modern Newfoundland flag alongside the Canadian flag and Canadian Forces Emblem on bottom left border of print (As seen in product images).

Newfoundland’s sons stood strong and fast and made a most memorable and monumental mark in the minds of allies, enemies and historians during WW1. 

Image is printed on archival quality, pH neutral paper, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

*Giclées are the highest quality reproductions available in the world today.

 

 

Additional information

Edition

Limited, Artist Proof

Type

Canada, Newfoundland

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