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British Troops at the Battle of Quebec 1759 by wonder-webb
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From left to right: Major Robert Rogers (North American Ranger), General Wolfe, British officer with Wolfe’s telescope, regular infantryman, militiaman, grenadier, 78th Scottish Highlander.

Created for a National Trust exhibition about the life of General Wolfe on permanent display in the Coach House in the grounds of Quebec House, Westerham, Kent.

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A freelance designer & illustrator, graduated with a BA Degree in Graphic Design. Worked mainly in the UK but also 4 years freelancing as a Resident Alien in New York. The bulk of his work is editorial & packaging illustration, exhibition & interpretation panel design, museum learning activities, painting commissions and e-learning course creation. Painting Warhammer 40k figures with two sons and daughter also occupy his time. See more of his work here

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