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Gantry Etching, 1972 225
£225.00 £ $
Gantry Etching 225

An etching titled Caponfield suite No. 4 'Gantry' 1972. Harry Eccleston 1927 - 2010. Eccleston designed the first fully pictorial banknotes, which featured the Queen on one side and notable historic figures on the reverse. . In 1979, Eccleston was appointed OBE. He regularly visited his parents in the Black Country, where the landscape inspired him to create romantic images of steel and smoke, such as The Caponfield Suite (1974-1980), an elegant and dramatic series of etchings inspired by the Caponfield steelworks.
Eccleston became an associate of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers in the late 1940s. Aged 52, he then became the youngest president in the society's history. In 1964 he became an associate of the Royal Watercolour Society.

Dimensions including Frame: H: 62cm (24.5") x W: 72cm (28")

This item to be paid for and collected from Gabriella Knight premises.