Alexander Millar - Evening Song

“Life passes by, men going to and from work, women hanging out their washing and scrubbing the steps, kids playing in the street. And then, at the end of the day, the siren would sound and the shipyard gates would open, out would spill the men that built the ships that made Britain great, that made Britain a leader in the oceans of the world. The sound of hobnail boots marching on the cobbled roads, the chatter and laughter of the workers, the evening would be alive with the song of the working men.”

Canvas on Board
18 x 24

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