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’. Size: Image 40cm x 31cm; incl. border: 61 x 53cm Format: Giclée Print, Limited Edition of 950 on 310 gsm thick, 100% cotton rag. FRAMING SERVICE Each print when choosing the framed option comes with a 80mm archival ph neutral mount. The frame is individually made to complement your print perfectly. Please see our framing page for frame choices and more information. Choose from the drop down menu above. Please see our framing page for frame choices and more information. © Cyril Power Estate
Whence and Whither? by Cyril Power
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