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First Three From The Art Of Sherlock Holmes - Now on Sale!
18 April, 2019

First Three From The Art Of Sherlock Holmes - Now on Sale!

The Conan Doyle Estate is proud to support such a fantastic project which in turn helps such great causes. We are passionate about furthering the works of Arthur Conan Doyle and this marvellous creative project contemporising Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous character is a testament to this endeavour.

The Conan Doyle Estate has also authenticated each piece of artwork with the Estate's trademark.

We're thrilled that artwork by three of these incredible artists are now for sale via The Conan Doyle Estate online shop - which also introduces The Art of Sherlock Holmes Team and the great causes this project supports including Stepping Stones School at Undershaw, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s former home.

We're excited to present:

#1 - The Tale of The First Adventure - by Anthony Hernandez
#2 - The Tranquility Of The Morning - by Tracy Guiteau
#3 - Two Plus Two - by Vicki Siegel

Stay tuned for updates as more artwork is released! 
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