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  • THE LAST HERD – Nobby and Andy Logging – Winter

    £400.00

    Andy Moody logging with Nobby in Kingston Fields, Home Farm, Hampton Court Palace.

    From the exhibition and book, "The Last Herd" London's last working herd of shire horses.  This is a framed A2 (420 x 594, 16.5 x 23.4 in), is supplied mounted and framed in an A1 (594mmx 841 mm 23.4x 33.1)frame.  A limited edition of 10 signed, numbered and authenticated prints.  The giclée prints are on acid free archival cold pressed watercolour paper and are produced with ULTRA chrome  archival pigment inks.

  • THE LAST HERD – Summer – Hurst Park – Heath and Tom Working with the Community

    £400.00

    Heath and Tom as they mow the grass in Hurst Park.

    From the exhibition and book, "The Last Herd" London's last working herd of shire horses.  This is a framed A2 (420 x 594, 16.5 x 23.4 in), is supplied mounted and framed in an A1 (594mmx 841 mm 23.4x 33.1)frame.  A limited edition of 10 signed, numbered and authenticated prints.  The giclée prints are on acid free archival cold pressed watercolour paper and are produced with ULTRA chrome  archival pigment inks.

  • THE LAST HERD – Summer – Hurst Park – Working with the Community

    £400.00

    Edward Drives as Heath and Tom as they mow the grass in Hurst Park.

    From the exhibition and book, "The Last Herd" London's last working herd of shire horses.  This is a framed A2 (420 x 594, 16.5 x 23.4 in), is supplied mounted and framed in an A1 (594mmx 841 mm 23.4x 33.1)frame.  A limited edition of 10 signed, numbered and authenticated prints.  The giclée prints are on acid free archival cold pressed watercolour paper and are produced with ULTRA chrome  archival pigment inks.

  • Books -THE LAST HERD – London’s last working herd of Shire Horses. With a foreword by H.R.H The Prince of Wales.

    £34.99

    The book The Last Herd  is the story of the last working herd of Shire Horses in London.  In 1893 the capital had around 40,000 shires with over 6,000 employed in the brewery trade alone.  At the start of 2016 the Royal Parks'  herd was down to six but this has now risen to eight.   In a series of exquisite images, this book, by multi award winning photographer Paul Stewart, shows aspects of a year in their working life, and that of the people who work with them.  The book features the images from The Last Herd Exhibition plus many more. The book is an A4 landscape hardback of 150 pages on high quality art quality paper and fetures a wrap around dust jacket. 

    "The Last Herd" features a foreword by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, and from all sales of The Last Herd items, 20 percent of all profits will go directly to conservation work with Shires, in the Royal Parks and Historic Royal Palaces.

  • THE LAST HERD – Harvesting Ham Meadow 4 – Autumn

    £400.00

    Harvesting the meadow near Ham House. Edward and Tom drive Heath and Tom.

    From the exhibition and book, "The Last Herd" London's last working herd of shire horses.  This is a framed A2 (420 x 594, 16.5 x 23.4 in), is supplied mounted and framed in an A1 (594mmx 841 mm 23.4x 33.1)frame.  A limited edition of 10 signed, numbered and authenticated prints.  The giclée prints are on acid free archival cold pressed watercolour paper and are produced with ULTRA chrome  archival pigment inks.

  • THE LAST HERD – Harvesting Ham Meadow 3 – Autumn

    £400.00

    Harvesting the meadow near Ham House. Edward MacDowell drives Heath and Tom.

    From the exhibition and book, "The Last Herd" London's last working herd of shire horses.  This is a framed A2 (420 x 594, 16.5 x 23.4 in), is supplied mounted and framed in an A1 (594mmx 841 mm 23.4x 33.1)frame.  A limited edition of 10 signed, numbered and authenticated prints.  The giclée prints are on acid free archival cold pressed watercolour paper and are produced with ULTRA chrome  archival pigment inks.

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