- Beverley Minster - The Percy Tomb.
- Beverley, Yorkshire, England.
- Kenneth Steel (1906-1970).
- The inside of the Gothic Minster, the most impressive non-Cathedral in England. The finest surviving example of Gothic Art is the elaborate tomb of Lady Eleanor Percy, as depicted here in Steel's artwork.Year Published
- Double Royal (approx 40 x 25in or 101.5 x 63.5cm)Other Details:
Original Vintage British Railways Travel Poster.
Published by The Railway Executive (North Eastern Region) (A.R.1085)
Printed in Great Britain by Stafford & Co Ltd, Netherfield, NottinghamCondition Grade and Condition Report:
Grade: B+/A-, un-conserved.
Minor fold wear, pinholes in corners. More detailed photos are available on request if required.More About The Artist:
Kenneth Steel was born in Sheffield, and studied at Sheffield College of Art.
He was a painter in oils and watercolour, and a printmaker and engraver. He produced a large number of railway posters and carriage prints for British Railways.
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