Chapter 1 Scene 5 Gallery Art Prints


Scene 5 Fleeing Amsterdam

A map of the North Sea where Michael battles the squiddie and Lucifer has a darker plan for when they arrive in Cornwall.


In this scene Lucifer is threatening to sabotage the crew of the Voorspoed with cholera. During my research for this scene I discovered that the crew of the Voorspoed were very sick and thought to be too unwell to steer the ship away from being shipwrecked on Perran Sands. St Agnes medical records show that there were a few outbreaks of cholera at this time. I was also surprised to learn that outbreaks of cholera still happen, especially in areas affected by war or natural disasters. The artwork is dedicated to Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), (also known in English as Doctors Without Borders), who are often found containing outbreaks in war-torn areas when most other agencies have fled, for example Syria. Médecins Sans Frontières are currently looking for volunteers to help them map areas where humanitarian organisations are most needed by vulnerable communities. This scene was created before I discovered their work and seems predestined to be the one used to support them! Médecins Sans Frontières will receive 50% of profits on any products featuring artwork from this scene.

Médecins Sans Frontières
Cholera is a deadly but treatable disease which continues to affect millions worldwide. It causes profuse diarrhoea and vomiting which can lead to death by intense de-hydration, sometimes within a matter of hours. Outbreaks usually occur when there is overcrowding and inadequate access to clean water, rubbish collection and proper toilets. It most commonly attacks in the aftermath of disasters, like the Haiti earthquake of 2010, but can strike anywhere, especially in rainy seasons when houses and latrines flood and contaminated water collects in stagnant pools. The disease is treatable and, in many situations, MSF teams have limited the death rate to less than one percent.

Missing Maps Project
MSF are recruiting thousands of volunteers to map those parts of the world most vulnerable to natural disasters, disease outbreaks, epidemics or conflict. The maps currently used are very often drawn on a piece of paper by someone who has been there. MSF use maps everyday to get to patients, assess the needs of crisis-hit communities, track disease spread and respond to local epidemics, so by supporting the Missing Maps Project, you become a vital part of their work

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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