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  • Swords Of A Thousand Men (2015) - Canvas on Board
  • Swords Of A Thousand Men (2015) - Canvas on Board

Swords Of A Thousand Men (2015) - Canvas on Board

£795

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Details

  • Framed Canvas On Board
  • Image Size: 35in x 28in
  • Framed Size: 42in x 35in
  • Edition size 150

A signed, limited edition canvas on board by popular contemporary artist Craig Davison.

Craig Davison's signature style evokes memories of childhood, a time when anything was possible. This piece is available in an edition of 150, as part of our Autumn 2015 Collection.

"I started this painting quite a while ago, but it remained unfinished, skulking in the corner of my studio for over three years. Then one day I was listening to some music and the track 'Swords Of A Thousand Men' came on - it sent me into a medieval modd and I blew the dust off the painting and sent the boys peddlng back to the golden age of chivalry." - Craig Davison

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We hope that you will be happy with your purchase but if for any reason you are not happy with your item you can return it within 28 days of receipt for a full refund. 

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About Craig Davison

Craig Davison Art Craig Davison began his artistic career at a computer games company as an animator and games designer, where he began sculpting reference figures for 3D animation. In 2007 he entered a contest held by Washington Green. Craig finished in the last three. That was it, the life of an artist beckoned!  Craig cites his childhood as the biggest source of inspiration for his work. ...

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