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PostSubject: Jason Askew New Zulu War Commisison   Sat Apr 07, 2018 9:05 pm

Hi all,

I am commissioning Jason Askew to do a Zulu War related painting and a small number of limited edition signed prints will be produced. These will fund the original which will be either donated to a museum/charity, or raffled for those who have purchased a print.

I recently commissioned Jason to paint the Rorke's Drift hospital fight and was planning to post about it on here but all the prints were allocated before I had the chance. That one is now complete (although I may have two or three prints left as I haven't heard from the buyers)

Anyhow, I wanted to offer this next one out to the forum at the earliest opportunity. I had several ideas for the painting but decided to let those who want to be involved decide (ie those who are interested in a print). There is currently a poll on Ian Knight's Facebook page where votes can be placed.

At the moment, Younghusband and his men descending the hill to their deaths is way out on top.

I tried to keep the price as low as possible. The prints on the last one were £30 and there were just fifty of them done (rare as hen's teeth and a great investment). All were signed and numbered by Jason.

With this one I plan to do fifty smaller prints for £30 which is cheaper than his other prints that are open edition and unsigned. I'm also doing fifty large (B1) prints (price TBC but will not exceed £40)

I have discussed a number of different paintings with Jason and I/we are looking to make a new Zulu War series if we can keep it going.

Thanks all.
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PostSubject: Re: Jason Askew New Zulu War Commisison   Sat Apr 07, 2018 10:24 pm

Thanks Neil, received my print of the hospital fight and its away getting framed. Would definately be interested in another one.

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PostSubject: Re: Jason Askew New Zulu War Commisison   Sun Apr 08, 2018 6:24 pm

Thanks Bill,

Glad to hear it.

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