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Sands of Gallipoli
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Historical

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The stunning Sands of Gallipoli 2012 release The Landing Framed Limited Edition Print from the military specialists. Hand signed and numbered by the artist, this beautifully framed print includes a vial of sand collected from the beaches of Gallipoli. Size 777mm x 583mm. Limited run of 500 units. For detailed information about the print go to www.sandsofgallipoli.com.au/collections/sog12.php. A high quality framed limited edition print of the oil on canvas painting, The Spirit - Gallipoli Landing 1915 by internationally renowned military artist David Rowlands. David Rowlands is one of the world's finest living military artists. His atmospheric oil paintings present a realistic record of the dramatic events of war and have won him Royal favour and commissions from military organisations around the world. * What the critics say - This painting is the most accurate depiction to date of the dawn landing at Anzac Cove on 25th April 1915. It captures the essence of the action some thirty minutes after the initial landing and strips away the myth associated with this iconic action in Australian military history. Clearly, the artist has researched the subject meticulously, down to the details of the uniforms, headdress and equipment worn that day, the terrain, the shipping offshore, and the light casualties sustained by the Australians around the cove at the beginning of the action. Brigadier Chris Roberts AM, CSC (Rtd)

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