This Open-Edition 'impressionist' Giclée Fine Art print shows the Durham Light Infantry (DLI) Memorial in Market Place, Durham.
The home city of Durham Light Infantry is, of course, Durham. The DLI Memorial is a bronze sculpture of a single soldier, which mirrors one at the National Arboretum in Staffordshire. The statue is based on a photograph of the then 18-year-old Colour Sgt Brandon Mulvey, from Chester-le-Street. It symbolises the poignant moment after the infantry buglers sounded the ceasefire in Korea in 1953. This conflict was the regiment's last battle honours.
It’s said that, almost every single family in Durham had some family members who served with the regiment. And in a way, it was these families who supported their loved ones who were involved in conflict and peace. So, the memorial is a tribute to everyone in County Durham.
The sculpture by Edinburgh artist Alan Herriot.
Using similar Impressionist photographic art techniques to my Limited Edition-Prints, my Open-Edition Prints are less complicated and involved to produce compared to much of my work. As a result, I'm able to offer these artworks at price-points reflecting this.
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