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Thank you for your interest in the painting.

I am local street artist Chris Shea (state of the art) specializing in canvas work and wall murals. I am best known for the rainbow boy I painted on over 350 houses and businesses over lockdown raising 30k for the NHS.
Previously to that every year for the last 4 years I auction a painting for remembrance day raising over 6000 over those 4 years with all proceeds going to The Royal British Legion.

So here it is this years painting it is 1m250mm x 1m on aluminum with a wooden backing for wall mounting It can be hung indoors or outdoors.

painting will be signed once the auction has closed

All proceeds from this auction will go to the Royal British Legion PLEASE BID GENEROUSLY for this great charity.


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Lot 1
£ 830
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The soldier within
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