After much demand, Fugitives’ Drift is now pleased to offer for sale prints of William Whitelocke Lloyd’s remarkable watercolours, painted during the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879.
There are six limited edition prints available – 500 prints of each painting will be produced. All these paintings are featured in David Rattray’s last book A Soldier Artist in Zululand.
William Whitelocke Lloyd was an officer of the 1st Battalion of the 24th Regiment of Foot and saw active service during the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879.
After leaving the army, he served as the official artist for the P&O and Union Castle Lines and serveral books were published of his artwork.
His artwork from the Anglo-Zulu War lay unpublished for more than a century until they were found in an attic in England and shown to David Rattray.
Prints can ordered through Fugitives’ Drift Lodge, as can David’s book.