Framed 'The Golden Eagle' by Paul Bommer

by Persora
Paul Bommer's latest limited edition screen print, the Golden Eagle, is part of a series of prints, entitled Coloured Inns - an examination of popular Pub Names, each described by a colour (Red Lion, Green Dragon, White Hart, Blue Boar, Dun Cow, etc, etc). The Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is Britain's largest (and one of its rarest) birds. The Eagle is traditionally considered the King of the Birds and has long been a symbol of Power and Sovereignty. It is the symbol of the Greek god Zeus, the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and St John the Evangelist.

This print measures 42 cm across by 30 cm high ( A3 - a standard frame-size)

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