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Always Dreamt of Owning a Churchill Painting?

Levenger announces a perfect gift for any Churchillian. 

Levenger-Churchill-Painting-PuzzleThe latest Churchill offering from Levenger this holiday season is an all-wood puzzle from one of his paintings; “Tapestries at Blenheim.”

“Tapestries at Blenheim” is among the more than 500 oils he painted, and one of the few to feature his initials, WSC (bottom right).

The scene is celebrating a military victory of his ancestor, John Spencer-Churchill, the 1st Duke of Marlborough.

Blenheim Palace played an integral role in Sir Winston’s life; he was born there in 1874 and he proposed to his beloved Clementine in the garden’s there. He gave the painting to his beloved daughter Mary, the Lady Soames. 

Visit the Levenger website for details. 

 

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