Trooping the Colour

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Trooping the Colour

150.00

Image size 530 x 295mm

Trooping the Colour is held every year on Horse Guard’s Parade to mark the official birthday of the Queen in June. The ceremony dates back to the 17th century in the reign of Charles II, when it was used as a rallying point before battle, the Colours of the Regiment were paraded so that all would recognise them during battle. When George III became king in 1760, it was ordered that the Sovereigns birthday be celebrated by Trooping the Colour.

The Ian Weatherhead prints are Signed Limited Edition Giclee Prints, the edition size is 300 and each print is signed and numbered by the artist. We have selected Hahnemuhle Cotton Rag Paper 320 gsm to print the artwork on. This paper closely resembles the textured watercolour paper used by the artist for his originals, helping to create a print as close as possible to the original painting.

Also available framed - please email or call for more information.

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