Artwork For Sale

Purchase any of the following artworks to help preserve the total independence of the Forgotten Heroes 14-19 Foundation and secure their peace mission. All of our prints are limited editions and signed by the artist. We offer a variety of sizes and canvases. If If you are interested in purchasing any print or would like to inquire about the price, please email us at info@singularityofpeace.com.

 
 

A Storm is Brewing

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1488 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

This piece depicts a regiment of horsemen who rode into the thick of battle with nothing more than their steeds, their swords and their courage. They arrived by land and sea from foreign continents and had little idea about the storm that would be unleashed across Europe. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 1

 

The Trenches

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1488 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

Life in a World War I trench was like hell on earth. 2 meters deep and 3 meters wide, soldiers ate, slept, fought, laughed and cried in these man-made channels that stretched for miles. Fatigue, disease, rodents and the elements were just as deadly foes as artillery fire and enemy soldiers. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 3

 

Tree of Wisdom

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1488 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

We welcome you with this tree; a symbol that connects us all. Demagogues and dictators thrive on the ignorance of the masses. An illiterate person is easy to rule but an educated one chooses to be ruled. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 5

 

World 1917

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 1088

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist 

Boarders’ change and empires will rise then fall. The world however will always remain the same.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 9 & 10

 

Islam

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 544 mm

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist 

Like Judaism and Christianity, Islam is a faith that belongs to the Abrahamic tradition. It emphasises monotheism God consciousness and good character above all other things. If you don’t believe us, read for yourself. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 25

 

Prayer Before the Battle

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Dimensions: 744 x 544 mm

Limited edition 1/500

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Religion is about so much more than just believing in something unseen. It is a synergy of mind, body and spirit that can empower an individual to overcome any kind of adversity.  Wars are fought in the name of religion but religion fights in the name of humanity. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 26

 

Prayer Before the Battle II

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 

Limited edition 

Signed by the author/artist 

Like Judaism and Christianity, Islam is a faith that belongs to the Abrahamic tradition. It emphasises monotheism God consciousness and good character above all other things. If you don’t believe us, read for yourself. 

Religion is about so much more than just believing in something unseen. It is a synergy of mind, body and spirit that can empower an individual to overcome any kind of adversity.  Wars are fought in the name of religion but religion fights in the name of humanity. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 25 & 26

 

Sacred Forest

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1116 x 1632 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

If we can tolerate each other in times of war, we should be able to love each other in times of peace. 

This image was taken the day before the Battle of the Somme (Saturday 1st of July 1916). In the foreground, Muslim soldiers offer prayer in congregation while their Christian comrades are being attended to by their priest. '

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 27 & 28

 

A Simple Offering

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 

Limited edition 1/250

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Taken in 1917, this image is proof that fighting in a war does not necessitate losing our humanity. The soldier pictured is defying a direct command from his superiors by sharing his food rations with a civilian. Offering charity in times of need is a true testament of what we are capable of.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 29 & 30

 

A Simple Offering II

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1116 x 816 mm

Limited edition 1/350

Signed by the author/artist 

Taken in 1917, this image is proof that fighting in a war does not necessitate losing our humanity. The soldier pictured is defying a direct command from his superiors by sharing his food rations with a civilian. Offering charity in times of need is a true testament of what we are capable of.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 30

 

Morality

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1116 x 1632 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

The convention of Geneva as known today did not exist in the First World War, however Muslim soldiers referred to the Quran as manual how to treat Prisoners of War.    

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 31 & 32

 

Friendship V

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1116 x 1632 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

This ghostly image of two soldiers amidst a field of poppies calls out to us from a bygone age. On the right, a French army soldier stands alongside a Zouave from North Africa. If an image is worth a thousand words, what do you think these men would like to say? 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 35 & 36

 

Time Travel

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1860 x 2720 mm

Limited edition 1/150

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On the left, wounded soldiers being treated in the villa of Beatrice de Rothschild who converted her home into a hospital to treat allied soldiers. On the right, a modern day image of the same villa which stands in France today. The superimposed inscriptions of Arabic are taken from medical manuals. Foreign soldiers would often share herbal remedies they learnt in the native lands with allied troops.  

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 37 & 38

 

The Nightingale

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1488 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

This photo was taken in 1916 and shows a nurse offering coffee or thee to a recovering Tunisian soldier. In the background, a page from the medical reports talking about the mutual respect between nurses of all continents and Muslim soldiers from unknown tribes.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 39

 

Unsung Heroes

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1488 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

Behind every strong soldier, stands a courageous nurse. Soldiers are often commemorated in wars but tens of thousands of nurses, many of whom were volunteers, also experienced the horror of war first hand. Some ended up paying the ultimate price. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 40

 

Compassion V

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 

Limited edition 1/250

Signed by the author/artist 

The left photo was taken in 1916 and shows a nurse offering water to a recovering Tunisian soldier. In the background, a page from the medical reports talking about the mutual respect between nurses of all continents and Muslim soldiers from unknown tribes.

Right photo: Behind every strong soldier, stands a courageous nurse. Soldiers are often commemorated in wars but tens of thousands of nurses, many of whom were volunteers, also experienced the horror of war first hand. Some ended up paying the ultimate price. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 39 & 40

 

Attention!

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist 

Soldiers from 8 different countries stand together in one row. In the foreground, the graves of a Jew, a Christian and a Muslim buried in one plot of land in Northern France. War refuses to discriminate. What does that say about the individual who chooses to?

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 41 & 42

 

The Original Expendables 

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1860 x 2720 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 

This single division of this multi-national British Salonika Force consisted of soldiers from 11 different nationalities. Montenegrin, British, Serbian, Italian, French Colonial Zouave, Indian, Greek. (Kneeling): Indo-Chinese, Russian, French, Senegalese. When your countrymen die out, you’re simply left men.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 43 & 44

 

The Sacrificial Sons of Adam

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist 

The author of the book says; “ If it is true that there are as many minds as there are heads, then there are as many kinds of love as there are hearts.”

Do you agree with him?

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 45 & 46

 

Tears of Glory

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 544 mm

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist 

L’Anneau de la Mémoire is a World War I memorial in Ablain-Saint-Nazaire, France. Designed by Philippe Prost and inaugurated on November 11, 2014, the 96th anniversary of Armistice Day, the memorial honors the 576,606 soldiers of forty different nationalities who died at Nord-Pas-de-Calais. The huge amount of Muslim names are astonishing.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Page 47

 

Glory

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist 

L’Anneau de la Mémoire is a World War I memorial in Ablain-Saint-Nazaire, France. Designed by Philippe Prost and inaugurated on November 11, 2014, the 96th anniversary of Armistice Day, the memorial honors the 576,606 soldiers of forty different nationalities who died at Nord-Pas-de-Calais. The huge amount of Muslim names are astonishing.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 47 & 48

 

The Fallen

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions:  744 x 1088 mm 

Limited edition 1/500

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We are the fallen Heroes,

The ones were Forgotten,

This was not our war to fight,

But fight it, did we not?

Have you let your discriminatory accidentals overcome our sacrifice?

Extract from a poem by

Joel Brassington, age 11.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 49 & 50

 

Acceptance

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist 

Sometimes beautiful things come into our lives out of nowhere. We can't always understand them, but we have to trust in them. I know you want to question everything, but sometimes it pays to just have a little faith.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 51 & 52

 

The South Asian Division

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist 

The British Indian Army (India 1914 =  India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Burma today) served in total with 1,5 million men, including at least 400.000 Muslims in battles at the Western Front, Gallipoli, Mesopotamia and East Africa. 

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 53 & 54

 

No Man’s War

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 744 x 1088 mm

Limited edition 1/500

Signed by the author/artist

 For some, the entire earth is a place for prayer. Muslim soldiers were famous for their adherence to prayer even while living in the trenches. Bottom left, a translated letter from an unknown soldier to his father talking about life in the trench and declaring his devotion to God.

Bottom far right. Look closer. What do you see? An entrance, but to what? It is incredible what we have forgotten.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 55 & 56

 

Remember

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1116 x 1632 mm

Limited edition 1/ 150

Signed by the author/artist 

We must teach our friends & family that Commemorating the First World War is not about military victory. It is about educating on peace, investing in mutual respect and humanity.

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 89 & 90

 

Brother in Arms

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Print on canvas 2018

Dimensions: 1116 x 1632 mm

Limited edition 1/150

Signed by the author/artist 


“Through these fields of destruction

Baptism of fire

I've witnessed your suffering

As the battle raged high

And though they did hurt me so bad

In the fear and alarm

You did not desert me

My brothers in arms”

From the book The Unknown Fallen - Pages 91 & 92