ART PRINT-Deeds Not Words, A4
“Deeds Not Words”In 1893 New Zealand became the first country in the world to allow women to vote. Kate Sheppard and Meri Mangakahia, both of whom are depicted, were New Zealand suffragettes. Sheppard and the camellia flower both appear on the ten dollar note, and the camellias were given to members of parliament who supported the suffrage bill.
“Many stories are told and problems solved over a cup of tea! My paintings were inspired by moments in history. I believe pictures speak louder than words, so I invite you, the viewer, to ponder over the images and I hope they initiate some conversation and perhaps your own historical stories.” – Angie Dennis
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Media: Fine Art Print Signed by Angie Dennis
Print Size: A4 (210 x 297mm)