Tottenham Court Road LONDON 1926 Vintage Print
Artist/Illustrator: Donald Maxwell
Title: The Grand Canal of Tottenham Court Road.
Print Method: Lithographic
Dimensions: 240x160mm (9.5 x 6.25" inches) overall.
Date of Publication/Production: 1926 - from the date stated and not a later reproduction.
Provenance: From a series of plates published by Herbert Jenkins, 3 York St, St James's, SW1; London 1926.
A beautiful colour plate on good quality paper which features a very atmospheric scene showing the bright lights and watery reflections of a busy and rain soaked London thoroughfare; the reflections giving it a bit of a Grand Canal. feel. It shows the area around The Court Theatre or Cinema (now the site of the Dominion Theatre) and the Horse Shoe Hotel. Its taken at the junction of Tottenham Court Rd, Charing Cross Rd, St Giles Cross, and New Oxford St. A print from a series of illustrations by the Clapham born writer and illustrator Donald Maxwell 1877-1936.
Condition/Dimensions: The print measures overall 240x160mm (9.5 x 6.25" inches) approx. including borders. It is in good condition. It has a blank reverse and is on good quality grade paper. This print would look lovely mounted and framed. This is a genuine old print as the date states and not a modern reprint/reproduction. Info. Our use of the term "original print" is used to describe a pictorial image made in a manner which allows it to be multiplied, and originating from the date stated. This includes examples of various methods of printmaking including engravings, etchings, woodcut, lithograph etc. Many prints/maps inevitably would have been originally bound in a book at some time as was this one.This item will be shipped flat in a board backed envelope, protected by a plastic sleeve.
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