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Twentieth Century British Art by Alan Sorrell: “Mural III for the canteen of John D. Francis Ltd, Fazakerley, Liverpool, Romanticism Artists, Canteen, Murals, Liverpool, Modern Art, British, Oil, Paper, Painting

Twentieth Century British Art by Alan Sorrell: “Mural III for the canteen of John D. Francis Ltd, Fazakerley, Liverpool, 1947”

Alan Sorrell: “Mural III for the canteen of John D. Francis Ltd, Fazakerley, Liverpool, 1947”. Oil on paper laid on board6 x 9 ft. (183 x 274.3 cm)Part of set of 4: Literature:Alan Powers, Murals and Public Paintings: ‘Community Service’, in Sacha Llewellyn and Richard Sorrell (ed), The Life and Works of an English Neo-Romantic Artist, Bristol: Sansom & Co. 2013 p.121 After Sor

Twentieth Century British Art by Jean Clark: “Study for the Committee Room of the London Bankers Clearing House, Tempera, Murals, Modern Art, Label, British, Study, London, Room, House

Twentieth Century British Art by Jean Clark: “Study for the Committee Room of the London Bankers Clearing House, 1958”

Jean Clark: “Study for the Committee Room of the London Bankers Clearing House, 1958”. Signed and dated, titled on a label to the reverse Tempera on prepared panels, five 42 x 18 cm (16 1/2 x 7 in.), two 42 x 9 cm (16 1/2 x 3 1/2 in.): Design for Mural for the Committee Room of the London clearing Bankers, In an original Alfred Syles fruit wood wedge section frame with gesso window mount, overall size 65 x 150 cm. Main image showing 3 panels. Entire s

Twentieth Century British Art by Frank Brangwyn: “Study for Man the Creator, circa Rockefeller Center, Murals, The Twenties, Oil On Canvas, Modern Art, The Creator, Literature, British, Walking

Twentieth Century British Art by Frank Brangwyn: “Study for Man the Creator, circa 1932”

Frank Brangwyn: “Study for Man the Creator, circa 1932”. Mural scheme for the Rockefeller Center, New York, Oil on canvas, 108 x 72 in. (274.3 x 182.9 cm.): Literature: British Murals & Decorative Painting 1920-1960, Sansom & Co, 2013, pp.218-231 Brangwyns celebrated murals for the Rockefeller Center adorn the facade of the Comcast building, situated at the heart of the cente

The Printed Word Makes the People of the World One by Sir Frank Brangwyn, Mural for the entrance hall of Odham Press, London. Oil on tempera canvas washed-in with tempera. Tempera, People Of The World, First World, New Art, Modern Art, Vintage World Maps, Hero, Murals, Mural Art

Twentieth Century British Art by Frank Brangwyn: “The Printed Word Makes the People of the World One, mural for the entrance hall of Odham Press, London, 1935-36”

Frank Brangwyn: “The Printed Word Makes the People of the World One, mural for the entrance hall of Odham Press, London, 1935-36”. Oil on tempera canvas washed-in with tempera, 396.2 x 548.6 cm (156 x 216 in.): Exhibited: Japan c. 1976; Kaplan Gallery, London, 1975 Ill: Gaunt William, ‘English Painting of Today’, The Studio, Vol 113, June 1937. In 1935 Brangwyn was commissioned by Lord Southwood (who began life as J.S. Elias

Modern British Art by Edward Bawden: “The English Pub, 1949 Victoria And Albert Museum, The Guardian, Golden Age, Modern Art, Artsy, Ocean, English, Fine Art, Gallery

Modern British Art by Edward Bawden: “The English Pub, 1949 -1951”

Edward Bawden: “The English Pub, 1949 -1951”. Signed and inscribed Edward Bawden, assisted by E.W. Fenton & M. Hoddell Oil on 11 panels 176 x 539 cm (69 3/8 x 212 1/4 in.): Provenance: S.S Oronsay until 1975; Peter Nahum at the Leicester Galleries until 2006; Private collection Exhibited: Ocean Liners: Speed & Style, Victoria & Albert Museum, London (3 February – 17 June 2018). Litera

Twentieth Century British Art by Alan Sorrell: “Mural I for the canteen of John D. Francis Ltd, Fazakerley, Liverpool, Romanticism Artists, Canteen, Whistler, Liverpool, Modern Art, Painting, Murals, British, Ship

Twentieth Century British Art by Alan Sorrell: “Mural I for the canteen of John D. Francis Ltd, Fazakerley, Liverpool, 1947”

Alan Sorrell: “Mural I for the canteen of John D. Francis Ltd, Fazakerley, Liverpool, 1947”. Oil on paper laid on board6 x 9 ft. (183 x 274.3 cm)Part of set of 4: Literature:Alan Powers, Murals and Public Paintings: ‘Community Service’, in Sacha Llewellyn and Richard Sorrell (ed), The Life and Works of an English Neo-Romantic Artist, Bristol: Sansom & Co. 2013 p.121 After Sor

Twentieth Century British Art by Barbara Jones: “Out in the Hall, Mural Art, Murals, English Artists, Pooh Bear, Victoria And Albert Museum, Designing Women, The Twenties, Illustrators, Modern Art

Twentieth Century British Art by Barbara Jones: “Out in the Hall, 1960”

Barbara Jones: “Out in the Hall, 1960”. Oil and wax, 3 panels 6 x 12 ft (1.8 x 3.6 m.): Provenance: Acquired from the artist’s studio, NW3, in 2010 Exhibited: Mural Art Today, Victoria & Albert Museum, 1962, no. 18. Literature: Mural Art Today, 1962, Victoria & Albert Museum, p. 8, (reproduced p. 24); Ruth

Study for Man the Master Unframed Brangwyn's celebrated murals for the Rockefeller Center adorn the facade of the Comcast building, situated at the heart of the center at 30 Rockefeller Center, Art And Architecture, Murals, Oil On Canvas, Facade, Modern Art, Literature, Walking, Nyc

Twentieth Century British Art by Frank Brangwyn: “Study for Man the Master 1930-1934”

Frank Brangwyn: “Study for Man the Master 1930-1934”. Oil on canvas108 x 72 in. (274.3 x 182.9 cm): Literature: British Murals & Decorative Painting 1920-1960, Sansom & Co, 2013, pp.218-231 Brangwyns celebrated murals for the Rockefeller Center adorn the facade of the Comcast building, situated at the heart of the cente

Twentieth Century British Art by Barbara Jones: “Man at Work - a century of technical and social progress, Working Man, Popular Art, Shades Of Green, Graphic Illustration, Mystic, Modern Art, 1, Fine Art, Artist

Twentieth Century British Art by Barbara Jones: “Man at Work - a century of technical and social progress, 1961”

Barbara Jones: “Man at Work - a century of technical and social progress, 1961”. Mural based on the theme ‘Man at Work - a century of technical and social progress’ for the International Labour Exhibition, Central Office of Information, Turin, Italy, 1961 Two panels, oil on board 168 3/4 x 120 1/4 in. (428.6 x 305.4 cm.): Provenance: with the artist until 1978; thereafter in her studio with her assistant Tony Raymond. Exhibited: International Labour Exhibition, Central Office of Information…

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