The Last Stand Of The Tenth – Fine art 16×20 Giclee Print on Hahnnemuhle 310gsm paper

£75.00

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Description

The most exciting and important original ‘Arnhem’ picture for many years.This remarkable painting depicts the final days of the defence of the Oosterbeek Perimeter by the remnants of The 10th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment in September 1944. It is a stunning representation of the chaos of conflict, it feels almost as though you are there inside the ruins with these beleaguered men.

 

The original, created by artist, Derek Chambers FRSA, has been kindly donated  to Friends of the Tenth and is now displayed in Airborne Assault, The Imperial War Museum, Duxford.

 

We have now sold all of the 75 limited Edition full size numbered prints.

Number 10 / 75 sold for over £3300 at the 2019 PAG Charity Auction!

 

We are now pleased to offer a smaller print. This is still of the highest, studio quality. A fine art giclée print on Hahnnemuhle 310gsm paper, measuring 16 x 20 inches. Each print is titled and carries the artist’s printed signature.

 

Each print will be accompanied by a profile of the artist, a Précis description of the events surrounding the scene of the action and a testimonial by 10th Battalion Veteran, Victor Gregg.

 

£75 each including P&P (delivered rolled in a heavy-duty cardboard tube)

8 thoughts on “The Last Stand Of The Tenth – Fine art 16×20 Giclee Print on Hahnnemuhle 310gsm paper

  • Michael Boyle

    I have just ordered mine if possible if its available could I have no 54 as its my last 2 and it will go with everything else I have

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  • William Monaghan

    Can I reserve numbe 21 print please

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  • Terry lowe

    I’m in no 44 please or low number if possible !
    Cheers alec

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  • Jason Tippins

    Hi there
    Any chance I could get number 22 please. If not 42 as I’ve served in 4 and 2 para respectively.
    Regards Jason

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  • Walter C. Todd

    Very nice painting of the 10th Battalion fighting in Osterbeek, Holland!

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  • Anthony Porter

    Are there any left?

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  • Mark Cooper

    A very realistic and Quality painting of the men of the 10th Battalion Holding firm against the enemy in the town of Oosterbeek.

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