023 Limited Edition Giclée Print 023 - 'Nothing's changed Tommy'


'Nothing's changed Tommy' is a painting by Dave H which depicts the silhouetted figure of Ray Lonsdales' 'Tommy' statue with an injured serviceman in front of it, crutches supporting him and prosthetic limb on show. Intended to highlight that very little has changed in the treatment of British service personnel since the time of the 'Tommies', they are still offered very little support or assistance from the Government that sends them into conflict when they return, injured and broken.

The original of this painting was donated to the Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre (JCCC) and hangs in their Operational Briefing Room.

Painted in Dave's easily recognisable abstract style of stark backgrounds and silhouetted figures, contrasting with vibrant splashes of colour - in this instance provided by the crimson of the poppy wreath and poppy worn by the veteran.

Each print is a professionally produced Giclée Fine Art Print,  created using Epsom ultra chrome K3 pigment inks on Expression Smooth 280gsm paper.

They are limited to editions of 200 numbered prints, personally signed and numbered by the artist.

The printed area is 14.5" x 10.5" and they are mounted in acid free mounts with an overall external measurement of 20" x 16", allowing for framing in standard 'off the shelf' frames.

Please note that we no longer physically hold a stock of this print and we have to order them in from the printers. This can take 5-15 working days, depending on when they are ordered.

We are happy to ship to both BFPO and International destinations,  but please contact us for international postage rates prior to purchase.