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PostSubject: THE AZW In Colour    The Anglo Zulu War in Colour. - Page 2 EmptyTue Aug 12, 2014 8:29 am

Very Happy Thanks Springy  Salute 
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Hi Springy
The Aftermath is unsigned , I dont know who did it . Sorry Springy  Don\'t agree .
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Check out the work of Chris Collingwood - The Heroic Little Garrison is centerpiece of my study

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this Bud Bradshaw print is spectacular ( obviously I am biased given it is the 17th Lancers)

Also check out some of the art that Simon Smith has produced on the AZW it is pretty good as well

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I have no connection with any of these websites !!

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That's stuffed it, there goes the pension plan.  Suspect 
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In which case I will mention the signed limted edition prints of David Cartwright's Incident at Isandlwana (one of which sits in my office at work).

It is what is used on the cover of Crossing the Buffalo.

these appear on ebay fairly regularly - priced from £4.99 to £60 depending on the frame if any. I brought mine relatively cheaply had it reframed and it looks spectactular

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Yeah I remember that one Sergio. Actually the one I really like is the one posted by 90th entitled The Aftermath. Its so unusual and the attitude of the young private, scratching his head in bewilderment is classic.

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Hi Sergio
The majority of my artwork has come from the sites you listed , and I also have no financial connection to them  No . I think I posted them a couple of years ago on here , just looking through them I forgot to photograph some of the postcard sized Art depicting the AZW which I have in other Albums !  Shocked . I really think Jason Askew's work is first class , I think his are sold through a company named Yassy Art from memory  scratch .
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Hi Sergio
Agreed the David Cartwright work is wonderful , I'll be keeping an eye out . I just need to check I dont have it hidden away ! LOL.
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Frank,

'The Aftermath' image is by Michael Perry it appears in Osprey's Campaign Series No. 41 Rorke's Drift by Ian Knight.

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Hi John
Thank you for that Im about to delve into the underworld of google to try and locate it. I find it so different to any of the standard views, not to take anything away from some really talented artists, and really shows the anti climatic 'aftermath' plus of course the architecture is so close to reality.

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Niice! not a regt readily associated with, did
you do the colourisation.(cant believe i used
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Very good with the muted colouring. the
comparison pic interesting, i posted the
above because the thought struck me
that there might be a few who had not
seen them.
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You can see in the comparison pic that they later built a second floor of cells, to cope with the jack tars returning to their ships four sheets to the wind!

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An early postcard depicting a very singular last stand:

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Hmmm, must have been a quite day, not
much going on! great image..
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Nice image John. Is there a date on the photo?
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Ulundi,

The postcard is postally-unused so there's no date franking on it.

Sallo Epstein operated in Durban from about 1895 through to about 1905, according to what I can find on the web.

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Bonsoir Xhosa,
Nice picture of the death of Napoleon III, i have never seen before.
Bonne nuit.

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Good evening Fredric, from Clammer's The Last Zulu Warrior,
not a well regarded book, he reproduced the text from his
earlier cheaper work! so i was reliably informed..
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Ray  Off Topic  Unecessary comment.
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xhosa2000 wrote:
Good evening Fredric, from Clammer's The Last Zulu Warrior,
not a well regarded book, he reproduced the text from his
earlier cheaper work! so i was reliably informed..

Mon ami,

I have one book of David CLAMMER, "La guerre des Zoulous" (1973 or 1974?), in French not in English!!!
The only book on the AWZ in French.
I am sure that this picture is not in my copy. You need to study mo 
I am going to bed. Goodnight mate.

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Sorry Frederic, i missed that last comment, " the only book in French "
well my friend i will have to track that down.. i have a lot of books on
the Prince Imperial, Napoleon the Third and The Empress Eugenie..i
find their story fascinating and tragic..it all came to naught..

Here is Coghill and Melvill cutting their way through...from clammer.
the best of the book are the illustrations, so big and clear in the main.
hope your day is good mate Les

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Les,
...As the tragic story of the tsar Nicolas II and his family, "the end of the world" for the Russia aristocraty!!!
Many thanks for this nice picture of COGHILL (with the flag around the belly) and MELVILL.
Bad day (and night) for me...i have no time for study seriously "who was in command of the camp"!
I think the situation is strange between PULLEINE and DURNFORD after his arrival at the camp but before his departure....I am missing something but sorry i am  Off Topic 

Amitiés.

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...From a French painter.
i do like this painter... in spite of its numerous inaccuracies!
Amitiés.

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Hey Frederic,bad day and night, sorry to hear that my mate.
yes the painter was a countryman of yours, great image,
The Tsar was ultimately sold down the river by his first
cousin George the fifth, we had destroyers waiting to pick
them up and bring the whole family to England, they were
shamelessly and ruthlessly abandoned..

Commander of the camp was Pulleine.. Durnford told him
straight away he was not staying and would not interfere.
Pulleine would have understood his own position and also
Durnford's...there is a lot of talk on this forum..people can
not always agree on the basic's, make up your own mind
Frederic, stay well.
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xhosa2000 wrote:
The Tsar was ultimately sold down the river by his first
cousin George the fifth, we had destroyers waiting to pick
them up and bring the whole family to England, they were
shamelessly and ruthlessly abandoned..

Commander of the camp was Pulleine.. Durnford told him
straight away he was not staying and would not interfere.
Pulleine would have understood his own position and also
Durnford's...there is a lot of talk on this forum..people can
not always agree on the basic's, make up your own mind
Frederic, stay well.
Mate,
I know this sad story between the Tsar and George V...
For the second point, i have no problem with the understanding of the orders:
My problem is: the behaviour of PULLEINE and DURNFORD (the one of the other) is not logic with their respective order... as i have said "i have missing something".
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Hi Xhosa I love your last picture. Great picture of the 17th lancer. Shame they didnt land until the beginning of April.!!!
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Hey Sergio, thank you, i like the detail as well,
like the helmet on the ground, april yes!  No 
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A vignette of two Privates from the 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment, by Charles Fripp:

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A 19th Century colourised print, pre-Photoshop, the photographers would hand-tint their photographs.

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The pont at Rorke's Drift, 1879.
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All from the pen of Leslie Ward aka Spy, Vanity Fair London.
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Good stuff Les Very Happy
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Hiya 90th Salute
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Hi Les
I think I have the postcard You need to study mo
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Hiya Gary, its a great image, shows What the Zulu
were facing, and some of the awesome fire power of
the british!, yes, i suspect you have quite a bit tucked
away in your swagbag. lol.. cheers mate.
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The Charge of the 17th Lancers at Ulundi.
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Great image JY, iv'e took the liberty of downloading
it..scrapbook. nice to see the Plastron correctly 
buttoned over.
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