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We are extremely proud and honored to have partnered with Britt Taylor Collins, “The Veterans’ Artist”, to offer an extensive line of Military Art, particularly these incredible Giclee LenzPrints. This 23rd Infantry Division "The Americal" Military Art Piece is printed with Archival Fade Resistant inks on high quality Museum Grade paper. Each U.S. Army art piece is printed one at a time and inspected by the artist, Britt Taylor Collins. After inspection this piece is signed by Britt himself.
This particular piece was photographed by Britt Taylor Collins with a Bayonet, a CAR15 Carbine, Bamboo, and rice.
You will be extremely pleased with the quality of these Military Art pieces and with the finite detail exhibited in each print.
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