The Enduring Symbol Of Remembrance
The forget-me-not was adopted as the flower of remembrance by the people of Newfoundland following the devastating losses suffered by the Newfoundland Regiment at Beaumont-Hamel in France during the first day of the Battle of the Somme in 1916. Like the poppy in Canada, fabric forget-me-nots were made by disabled servicemen to raise money for needy veterans leading up to Memorial Day on July 1.
Painted by Jennifer Morse
• Large Size 12″ x 18″
• Small Size 5″ x 7″
• Limited edition prints on watercolour paper
• Each print is signed and numbered by the artist
• Packaged in an acid free protective sleeve
• Matting and framing are the responsibility of the purchaser
Our 12″ x 18″ prints fit perfectly in Ribba frames (15 ¾ x 19 ¾).
Makes a thoughtful AND affordable gift!