Original Painting - 'Whatever happened to Bond?'


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'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.

The painting is an original Acrylic on 220gsm canvas paper. It is A3 sized and comes unmounted and unframed, although A3 is a standard frame size.

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.