The amazing Anne Williams - the real Iron Lady. Anne was a prominent campaigner in the fight for justice for the 96 (now 97) victims of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster. Anne, who lost her son, Kevin, has now also sadly passed away. This mural was a tribute to this heroic woman and is featured in the 2021 ITV drama, Anne.
It’s an honour to be asked to do this because of what Anne, the other families and the survivors went through and how they kept fighting for the truth for so many years. Everyone knows how important this is to the city and I’m very conscious of that. Anne is a heroic figure to many people because she represents that attitude of never giving in when faced with a terrible situation and all the unfair decisions and obstacles which were put in the way of justice. She kept going through it all and I think that’s the kind of spirit people relate to in Liverpool so it’s nice this tribute is now there in memory of her.
This is a square print and there are 4 options for purchase:
Large (12"x12") Framed - £60
Large (12"x12") Unframed - £20
Small (8"x8") Framed - £35
Small (8"x8") Unframed - £10
The print measures 12" x 12" for the large size and 8" x 8" for the small size. The framed prints come in a simple stylish gallery-type frame complete with card mounting.
All prints are on high-quality photographic paper and have a lustre finish.
UK postage is £1.80 or £2.95 for the unframed and £4.95 / £7.50 for the framed, collection (Liverpool City Centre) is available at no cost.
Please consider that I am a one-man band at the moment. Whilst I try my best to keep a buffer of prints in stock, sometimes I run low and need to do a re-order. This occasionally means there will be delays in receiving the order, but I will update you regularly if this is the case.
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