Chapter 1 Scene 3 Gallery Art Prints


Scene 3 Set free from the Warehouse, Old Amsterdam

Raoul has captured Gabriella in his warehouse but Kapitan de Grooth rescues her


There's a section in this scene where Gabriella's hands have been tied but someone cuts the bonds and sets her free. The artwork is dedicated to Bringing Freedom, as it symbolises what Bringing Freedom is all about: setting people free from bondage to their owners, both physically and emotionally. When victims are rescued, they still need to overcome the trauma and shame they experience, especially when they've been rejected by their families for being in sexual bondage. Bringing Freedom will receive 50% of profits on any products featuring artwork from this scene.

Bringing Freedom

All it takes is a moment for an individual to be forced, coerced, or deceived into modern-day slavery. Every 30 seconds another person becomes a victim of human trafficking. Over 45 million people are held in slavery worldwide, with an estimated 14,000 victims in the UK.

Slavers tend to be teams of men and women, often in their 20s and 30s. In September 2014 police arrested 5 women, aged 26-34, and 3 men, aged 35-37, in Devon and Cornwall on suspicion of trafficking people into the UK. One victim was made to sleep in a cupboard. A number of Czech nationals were rescued, including 13 children.

Bringing Freedom is a Cornish charity helping to end human trafficking & modern day slavery. They teach people what to look out for so they can spot traffickers when travelling, applying for jobs and in their neighbourhood as well as fundraising to support those rescued from trafficking. Bringing Freedom's vision is to raise enough funds to build safe houses in Cornwall. These safe houses will help restore the lives of victims by providing a home, counselling, education, everyday life skills and job training, as well as ongoing guidance with their new life, keeping contact with each individual after they leave Bringing Freedom's care, so that they know that Bringing Freedom's love for them is always there.

Signed and numbered

These art prints are signed and numbered by hand by the illustrator, Tracey Dockree. Only 100 will be printed and every art print will be registered and certified so you know that you own an original work of art.

Delivery schedule for art prints

Your art print will be printed for you when you place your order and the waiting time is currently about a week


Gallery Art Prints are size A1 (594 x 841mm / 23.4″ x 33.1″)

Illustrated using Adobe Illustrator and contains so much beautiful detail that they look even more amazing blown up into Gallery (A1 sized) prints.

Printed using a special process called Giclée to optimise quality. Giclée is a fine art digital printing process where the highest quality pigment based inks are sprayed onto a high quality archival paper to produce a print of the highest quality that lasts over 75 years.

Additional information

Dimensions59.4 × 84.1 cm


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