Power, Cyril – Whence and Whither?

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Linocut (1930). Printed from four blocks: Chinese Orange; Viridian; Permanent Blue; Dark Blue Printing Ink. Tottenham Court Road Station. The Underground – symbol of the new industrial age, is often portrayed by Power; and here rush-hour is depicted to great effect. It is, perhaps, no wonder that Power’s first title for this print – or title in prospect since it can be seen on some of the preparatory sketches for this work – was ‘Cascade’.

 

Format: Giclée Print, Limited Edition (1/950) on 310 gsm thick, 100% cotton rag. Hand-numbered and hand-embossed.

Size: Image 40cm x 31cm; incl. border: 61 x 53cm

Postage: All UK postage, whether for framed or unframed prints, is free of charge.

Framing: English oak; matt-white, grey or black: dimensions 12mm face/12 mm edge. Or aluminium: 8 mm face/14 mm edge. Mounts are conservation grade in off white.

  • English Oak: face/edge 10mm
  • Matt-Black: face/edge 12mm
  • Matt-White: face/edge 12mm
  • Matt-Grey: face/edge 12mm
  • Brushed Aluminium: face 8mm/edge 14mm
  • Print Only
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Description

Linocut (1930). Printed from four blocks: Chinese Orange; Viridian; Permanent Blue; Dark Blue Printing Ink. Tottenham Court Road Station. The Underground – symbol of the new industrial age, is often portrayed by Power; and here rush-hour is depicted to great effect. It is, perhaps, no wonder that Power’s first title for this print – or title in prospect since it can be seen on some of the preparatory sketches for this work – was ‘Cascade’.

 

Additional information

Frame Options

English Oak: face/edge 10mm, Matt-Black: face/edge 12mm, Matt-White: face/edge 12mm, Matt-Grey: face/edge 12mm, Brushed Aluminium: face 8mm/edge 14mm, Print Only

Artist

Power, Cyril

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