New art print signed by England’s first Lady Chief Justice
Legal art publisher Hanna Fine Art has announced the release of a rare and historical fine art print of British artist Conor Rafferty’s original artwork to mark the historic appointment of Dame Sue Carr as the first-ever Lady Chief Justice of England and Wales.
The print has been issued in a limited edition of only 500 prints, all of which have been individually hand-signed by the new Lady Chief Justice and aim to raise £25,000 for various charities.
Legal Landmarks is a fine art montage which features some of London’s most iconic legal buildings, including Gray’s Inn, Inner Temple, the Law Society’s Hall, Lincoln’s Inn, Middle Temple and the Royal Courts of Justice.
Publisher Maria Hanna said: “Hanna Fine Art is delighted to publish this important print to commemorate the historic appointment of the first ever Lady Chief Justice of England and Wales.
“The print not only illustrates the rich architectural heritage of these buildings, but also reflects the centuries old traditions and history of the legal profession, which underlines and highlights the truly historical significance of The Rt Hon Dame Sue Carr.”
The print comes from Hanna Fine Art’s iconic series of legal prints, hand-signed by chief justices from various jurisdictions including Ireland and Northern Ireland, which has raised over £30,000 for various charities.
The print is exclusively available from Hanna Fine Art.