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Andrews, Sybil – Concert Hall

Linocut (1929). Original size: 28.4 x 23.5cm. Printed from four blocks, in yellow ochre, light blue, dark blue and black. This is Queen’s Hall, a concert venue completed in 1893 but bombed in the London Blitz of 1941. In Sybil Andrew’s hands the architecture and the faces below are patterns rather than accurate portrayals – a semi-abstract schema which brings out the beauty of the shapes and colours in this exceptional print.   

Format: Giclée print, Limited Edition (1/850) on 310gms thick, 100% cotton rag. Hand-numbered and hand-embossed.

Size: 33.2 x 27.5; paper 47.2 x 43.2.cm.

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Description

Linocut (1929). Original size: 28.4 x 23.5cm. Printed from four blocks, in yellow ochre, light blue, dark blue and black. This is Queen’s Hall, a concert venue completed in 1893 but bombed in the London Blitz of 1941. In Sybil Andrew’s hands the architecture and the faces below are patterns rather than accurate portrayals – a semi-abstract schema which brings out the beauty of the shapes and colours in this exceptional print.   

Additional information

Frame Options

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

Artist

Andrews, Sybil