SUBJECT: This distinctive building was occupied during World War II by the Canadian Army and used as an officers’ mess. After substantial repair and redecoration it was opened as Bramley School in September 1945. Today, Bramley is a leading independent day school for girls. By coincidence, this artwork was commissioned and completed on the 70th Anniversary of the school’s founding.
ORIGINAL ARTWORK: Watercolour on Fine Art Paper [COMMISSION]
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Giclée on 300gsm Fine Art Paper using long-life pigment inks. Certificate of Authenticity provided.
> Framed Prints: Supplied in an archival quality off-white mount and pine/gilt frame, ready to hang.
> Mounted Prints: Complete with an archival quality off-white mount, ready for framing