Iwo Jima Woodburning Artwork
A wonderfully detailed, hand-made piece of woodburning artwork, featuring an Iwo Jima inspired design.
These impressive pieces of woodburning artwork are hand-made by Ray Nicholls, an ex-armed forces serviceman who lives nearby to Epic HQ. What started as a hobby has become a past-time which produces some outstanding results. Some are based on famous photographs or scenes, whereas others are designed by Ray himself with inspiration taken from history. Ray uses woodburning techniques to create an impressive display, with the occasional bit of pen or pencil work to add that final bit of definition. Each piece is signed on the back, alongside a hook for hanging on display.
This particular design centres on the battle for control of Iwo Jima. The artwork features the iconic Flag Raising photograph of American Troops at the top of Mount Suribachi. The iconic photograph was taken by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal on February 23, 1945. This piece has been finished to a very high standard with care and accuracy at the centre of the process. The artwork itself measures 40.5cm x 29.5cm.
Please bear in mind that as each of these is hand made, there may be some slight variation in the final piece of artwork. We also only keep one of each design in stock, so in the event of more than one selling quickly, you may need to allow an extra 1-2 weeks for your artwork to be completed.
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