Unframed, quality fine art print of subject analogous with Beefeaters. Members of the Sovereign's Body Guard of the Yeoman Guard Extraordinary have worn the same scarlet tunics since the reign of King Henry XVIII. Easily confused with the similarly robed Yeoman Warders, ceremonial guardians of the Tower of London, it's prisoners, Ravens and crown jewels, both Wardens and Guards are known as Beefeaters. Likely because their rations included significant quantities of beef. In the 17th century, beef on the menu was sufficiently extravagant for foreign diplomats to take note. Added to the team photo a couple of other quintessential British items.
Printed using extremely fine, pigment-based archival ink, giving maximum possible vibrancy, clarity, and depth of image.
Printed on 310g heavyweight Giclée Hahnemühle German Etching paper. This print is available in either 12"x 16" or 18"x 24" sizing.