A rare and historical fine art print of British artist Conor Rafferty’s original artwork, published to mark King Charles III’s historic appointment of The Rt Hon. Dame Sue Carr as the first ever female LCJ of England and Wales.
The print has been issued in a limited edition of only 500 prints, all of which are hand-signed by the new LCJ to create one of the most significant and valuable prints in British legal history.
“Legal Landmarks” is a fine art montage which features some of the nation’s most iconic legal buildings, including Gray’s Inn, Inner Temple, the Law Society’s Hall, Lincoln’s Inn, Middle Temple and the Royal Courts of Justice.
The print not only illustrates the rich architectural heritage of these buildings, but also reflects the centuries old traditions and history of the legal profession, which underlines and highlights the truly historical significance of the appointment of The Rt Hon. Dame Sue Carr as the first ever female LCJ in the history of the role, which dates back to the 13th century.
The title of the print is purposely ambiguous and can be interpreted as a reference to the iconic buildings featured or taken as a reference to the landmark appointment of the first ever female LCJ.
The edition offers a unique art investment opportunity and to protect the integrity and the investment value of the print, no further prints will ever be published or signed outside this initial edition of 500 prints.
The investment grade fine art print has been published to the highest standards using archival inks on fine art paper to create a museum quality print that will appeal to the most discerning of investors and collectors of rare and valuable legal art.
Double-mounted and framed 23 X 29 inches
unframed 17 x 24 inches
*Please note that Framed & Mounted pieces are only available for delivery within the UK & Republic of Ireland