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Gerry Embleton
The Siege of Namur 1695 (Original)

The Siege of Namur 1695 (Original) by Gerry Embleton at The Illustration Art Gallery

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Artist: Gerry Embleton (biography)
Medium: Pen & Ink Wash on Board
Size: 13" x 15" (340mm x 380mm)
Date: 1963

This is the original Pen & Ink Wash by Gerry Embleton.

Action scene from the retelling of the Siege of Namur, 6th July 1695. Used as the front cover feature ("What Would You Do?") to Boy's World issue 46, published 7th December 1963.

The Grand Alliance retook the town of Namur - in present day Belgium - at the Second Siege of Namur in what has been described as the most significant event in the Nine Years War with the French. King William III commanded the British troops.

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Gerry Embleton

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