085 Open Edition Giclée Print 085 - 'Whatever happened to Bond?'
'Whatever happened to Bond?' is a painting by Dave H which depicts the iconic opening sequence of the James Bond movies, but instead of a tuxedo wearing super spy the figure viewed down the gun barrel is a grey-haired, crimson tunic wearing Chelsea Pensioner - or 0070 as he was referred to by one fan!
The fourth in the 'National Treasures' range, it is a break away from the usual dark and often depressing subjects portrayed by Dave H. Instead it is a light-hearted look at the Chelsea Pensioners - loved by all, they truly are National Treasures.
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 available as open edition prints, personally signed 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.The price includes UK/BFPO P&P. International postage is also possible, at cost to the customer, but please contact us for the costs prior to purchasing. Due to the size restrictions imposed by the Royal Mail, prints will be unmounted and packaged in postal tubes for international postage.