“Inspired by Henry Ruddock, who is a Freeman of the city of Lincoln, this was an interesting brief to follow. The addition of Lincoln's historical Stonebow featuring on the back, a striking symbol of Lincoln.” - Leah Goldberg
John de Lacy
John de Lacy was Baron of Halton. He went on crusade when Henry III came to the throne. Later he became Earl of Lincoln after his marriage to Margaret de Quincey, Countess of Lincoln. He died on 22 July 1240 and was buried at the Abbey of Stanlaw.
By Leah Goldberg
Leah Goldberg works in gouache and acrylic paint. Gathering inspiration from nature, she enjoys the challenge of working to a brief or commission and the freedom of designing personal paintings from imagination.
Sponsored by Ruddocks of Lincoln
A long-standing Independent Department Store on Lincoln’s High Street, offering a great range of toys, games, stationery, gifts, art/craft materials and more (including Henry’s Tea Rooms). We are very pleased to be supporting Magna Carta during its 800 celebrations.