ANZAC, The Landing, 1915 poster

Reproduction of original oil painting by George Lambert SHOP:100022884

On 25 April 1915, Australian troops forged ashore at Gallipoli. Landing a mile too far north, they were confronted with steep, well-defended heights, not the gentle slopes they had been briefed to expect. This iconic painting by George Lambert is presented in a high quality poster measuring 84 by 59.5 cm, including a white border, caption, and embossed Memorial logo, making it ideal for framing and hanging.

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