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Veteran Wall Art | Printable Art


Veteran Wall Art | Printable Art


Instant Download – Printable Photographic Art

Welcome to ‘Tommy’ by Michael Paul Bennett, a stunning veteran veteran wall art piece that captures the emotive essence of Ray Lonsdale’s sculpture, 1101. Every detail of this remarkable photograph is filled with nostalgia – from the pensive and sombre Great War soldier sitting atop an ammunition box to the barrel of the grounded rifle held in his right hand, this artwork perfectly evokes the solemnity of the first minute of peace as the armistice took effect. Whether you’re a military veteran or simply appreciate the sanctity of peace, this printable art is the perfect way to show your admiration.

Size Ratio

Frame width to height ratio 1:1.5

Pixels and Size

2 files:
9000 x 13500 – 30 inches x 45 inches – 41.4 MB
2400 x 3600 – 8 inches x 12 inches – 7.6 MB


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Printable Fine Veteran Wall Art Photography – ‘1101’ by Michael Paul Bennett.

Photographic artwork of the sculpture 1101, “Tommy” at the end of the First World War during the first minute of peace as the armistice came into force at 11am on 11 November 1918.

It depicts a Great War soldier (Tommy), wearing boots, puttees, greatcoat and tin hat, sitting on an ammunition box, with downcast eyes, holding the barrel of his grounded rifle in his right hand.

This beautiful original artwork by Michael Paul Bennett will look great in the home of one of our loved veterans.

This nostalgic artwork is perfect for military veterans or anyone who values and respects the sanctity of peace.

Two printable files provided for your convenience:

  • JPG 9000 x 13500 (prints up to 30 inches x 45 inches)
  • JPG 2400 x 3600 (prints up to 8 inches x 12 inches)

The commercial rights to this highly popular piece are also available as a single edition NFT on OpenSea here.

Please contact us if you require further information on this artwork.

To see this artwork’s companion piece, ‘Tommy’ please take a look here.

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