Unframed, quality fine art print of subject analogous with burgers, Burghers & Calais.
Rodin's magnificent sculpture of the Calais councilmen sacrificing themselves to spare their fellow citizens during the 100 years war has, as far as i am aware, nothing to do with the humble hamburger. Perhaps Edward III would have granted them each a meat sandwich as their last meal. Given that the starving, condemned men were released shortly afterwards on the intervention of the more mercifully minded English Queen, perhaps they adjourned to a nearby Medieval café for a meal avec frites. It's a reminder that food, too much or too little, is so often at the root of history.
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.