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New Limited Edition Print by Edwina Sandys Now Available

Churchills-Finest-Hours_smThe Churchill Centre is pleased to offer its members a special discount on purchases of a new limited edition print by internationally acclaimed artist Edwina Sandys, granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill. The new image depicts Sir Winston Churchill working on his own painting Bottlescape, (1932), which still hangs outside the dining room in his Chartwell home.

Edwina Sandys has enjoyed a celebrated and accomplished career in sculpture, painting and writing. Her works are displayed at venues around the world, including United Nations centers and the Brooklyn Museum. In 1984, with her sister Celia Sandys, Edwina curated the exhibition: Painting As a Pastime: The Paintings of Winston S. Churchill, which traveled to venues including the National Academy of Design, New York and the Smithsonian, Washington, DC.

Churchill Centre Executive Director Lee Pollock noted, “This charming and delightful image is a perfect addition to every Churchill collection and continues Edwina’s series of beautiful depictions of her grandfather.”

The giclee print measures 30″x24” and is in a signed, limited edition of one hundred. The Churchill Centre is offering these remarkable prints to Members at a special discounted price of $450, a saving of $50 over the retail price.

Interested buyers should contact the Sandys studio at edwinasandys@yahoo.com.  Please indicate that you are a member of The Churchill Centre in order to receive the discount pricing.

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