Every person that has ever served in the military knows the importance of their boots. They are the link to safety, success and literally survival. Without them you are vulnerable to health issues that could make your survival almost impossible. The actual jungle boots that are depicted in this original painting were worn by a Navy Corpsman in Vietnam. “Doc CD” served with the third Marine division in the northern most part of I corps in 1969. These particular boots worn by this combat medic walked through history and endured and survived the Vietnam War.
Note the dog tags with the noise reducing tape still applied. The boots in this painting symbolize and honor all of the veterans that served in Vietnam and of those who serve us now. The three red roses “Welcome Home” all veterans with love, respect and honor.
Size: 24″ x 20″
The original size of this painting is 24″ x 20″ depicting the boots and roses life size. Your giclee art work will have a 2″ border on all sides allowing for glass and mat
framing or stretching the print over wooden slats for canvas framing.
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