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About the Print

On May 5, 2000 the Ontario Police Memorial was unveiled and dedicated to the memories of all fallen police officers who sacrificed their lives in the service of the people of Ontario. This lasting tribute of white granite and bronze is situated in a small park in downtown Toronto, with this historic Queen’s Park, Legislature of Ontario serving as its backdrop.

Commissioned by the Ontario Police Memorial Foundation, James Lorimer Keirstead one of Ontario’s most famous artists has captured the majestic beauty of this Memorial within his 2001 oil painting.

About the Artist

James Keirstead, born in Saint John New Brunswick in 1932, served with the United Nations Forces during the Korean War. Returning to Canada, he joined the Ontario Provincial Police serving for over eleven years before leaving police work to concentrate on his artwork full time. His pride in serving as a police officer is evident with this tribute to his fallen brothers and sisters.

How to Order

Image size 10” x 15” limited to 725 pieces, Framed $225.
Image size 10” x 15” limited to 50 Artist’s proofs, Framed $250. SOLD OUT
Image size 22” x 33” limited to 150 pieces, Framed $950.
All prices include applicable taxes.

Sales of these prints are in support of the Ontario Police Memorial Foundation
and their Memorial Service held annually on the first Sunday of May.

To order your print please contact:
Ontario Police Memorial Foundation
1650 Yonge Street, Suite 302
Toronto, ON M4T 2A2
Tel: 416-487-9367
Fax: 416-487-3170