Aussie Artwork Prints

Magic man

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This is a story about a man called magic man because he would appear and disappear. His father had fought in the First World War and had survived. If you look so very carefully you may spot the Menin gate. Once in many library’s they would have a picture of the Menin gate for it was a memorial to the missing soldiers in the battlefield area of Ypres Salient in Belgium Flanders and no known grave. It commemorated by name those who perished in the Salient. The stone panels which cover the walls under the great arches and two stairwells to loggias facing out to ramparts display the names units and ranks and bravery awards of 54,000 missing. Their remains lie either in the salient under headstones with inscriptions such as solider of the Great War. ‘Known unto God’, or an Australian of the Great war ‘known unto God’ or are lost forever in the soil of Flanders.

In the picture it also shows the magic man without his magical coat with his wife before he goes to war. He went away many times for there were many wars to fight. The acts of aggression that lead to the wars were many.  Australians fought in many wars so, he would disappear then reappear. But every night he may have slept when outside maybe in a hole or a tent, but wherever it was he would see the stars or the moon and in the morning the sun and he would think of his wife and family.  He had a magical wife and when they danced, they would disappear then reappear. They had a dog that could read and would read to the pups and the children and when they were babies, they would be pushed around in pram by a kangaroo. The dog in the armchair is reading to the children about Armistice day for on this particular day it is a 100 years to the day the great guns of the first world war ceased firing and silence and relief was felt for the end of the first world war . The family all loved Christmas and how they waited with anticipation and excitement for the appearance of the six white boomers zooming across the Australian skies with father Christmas. It is all about being together sharing a meal at Christmas as a family. Sitting and talking to the children and telling them stories. As magic man teaches the children how to grow a seedling and magic women loves to garden. The picture is simple but simple pleasures in life can never be taken for granted. A little house far away under a row of gum nut trees only sound of rustling trees blowing gently in the breeze.

Printed on quality 200gsm gloss art paper.

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This is a story about a man called magic man because he would appear and disappear. His father had fought in the First World War and had survived. If you look so very carefully you may spot the Menin gate. Once in many library’s they would have a picture of the Menin gate for it was a memorial to the missing soldiers in the battlefield area of Ypres Salient in Belgium Flanders and no known grave. It commemorated by name those who perished in the Salient. The stone panels which cover the walls under the great arches and two stairwells to loggias facing out to ramparts display the names units and ranks and bravery awards of 54,000 missing. Their remains lie either in the salient under headstones with inscriptions such as solider of the Great War. ‘Known unto God’, or an Australian of the Great war ‘known unto God’ or are lost forever in the soil of Flanders.

In the picture it also shows the magic man without his magical coat with his wife before he goes to war. He went away many times for there were many wars to fight. The acts of aggression that lead to the wars were many.  Australians fought in many wars so, he would disappear then reappear. But every night he may have slept when outside maybe in a hole or a tent, but wherever it was he would see the stars or the moon and in the morning the sun and he would think of his wife and family.  He had a magical wife and when they danced, they would disappear then reappear. They had a dog that could read and would read to the pups and the children and when they were babies, they would be pushed around in pram by a kangaroo. The dog in the armchair is reading to the children about Armistice day for on this particular day it is a 100 years to the day the great guns of the first world war ceased firing and silence and relief was felt for the end of the first world war .The  family all loved Christmas and how they waited with anticipation and excitement for the appearance of the six white boomers zooming across the Australian skies with father Christmas. It is all about being together sharing a meal at Christmas as a family. Sitting and talking to the children and telling them stories. As magic man teaches the children how to grow a seedling and magic women loves to garden. The picture is simple but simple pleasures in life can never be taken for granted. A little house far away under a row of gum nut trees only sound of rustling trees blowing gently in the breeze. 

Printed on quality 200gsm gloss art paper.

Additional Information
Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 10 × 15 × 10 cm
Size of Print

A2 size (420 x 594), A3 size (297×420)

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