The Shrine of Remembrance is an iconic Melbourne commemorative landmark, built between 1928-1934 in remembrance of those who served in World War 1 and armed conflicts and peacekeeping duties since. The building was designed by Hudson & Wardrop, two Melbourne Architects and WW1 veterans. Today, the Shrine continues to honour Victorian service and sacrifice through education, exhibits, commemorative events and ceremonies.
The original Shrine sketch was hand drawn with pigment ink fineliners, and coloured with a watercolour wash of local recycled ground coffee beans.Limited Edition Giclée Print
297 x 420mm
300gsm 100% Cotton Archival Paper
Individually hand signed and numbered by EJ Stevens
All prints are unframed. Free Domestic shipping - see Shipping details.
This print was professionally printed in Melbourne, Australia, on Moab Entrada Rag Natural 300gsm archival 100% cotton paper, using high quality Fine art Giclee reproduction technology.
*In support of heritage conservation, 5% from every print sold will be donated to the National Trust.