Black Five at Lowstock Hall small print - £85 by Fiona Kearney
Fine art print on metal. Image size 30cm W x 20cm H.
A fine art archival quality print on aluminium in a frame of ‘Black Five at Lostock Hall’, from an original oil painting of the Black Five steam engine at Lostock Hall Shed in 1967, by Fiona Kearney.
No.45000 was designed by Sir William Stanier and built at Crewe for the L.M.S. in March 1935. Numerically the first of over 800 built and one of the most successful locomotive types ever to run in Britain.
Withdrawn from service in Oct 1967, 45000 happily survived having been claimed for the National Collection and is on display at the National Railway Museum, York.
The artist has captured an amazing level of detail of both subject and surroundings, as is typical of her transport paintings, in an apparently simple and limited colour pallete. Reproduced here as a print on aluminium allows the depth of the original work to be appreciated.
These are limited edition high density prints of original artwork on metal for intense colour and depth. Durable and light weight. Professionally produced entirely in the North of Scotland, by a Scottish artist and photographer / printer. Each is numbered and signed by the artist; maximum print run is 100.
Overall size 30cm W x 20cm H. Unframed, with metal hanger and foam bumpers on back.
Other sizes of this metal print can also be ordered from Alchemist Gallery.
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