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Historic Bath - Lander

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Historic Bath - Lander Summary

Title - The Historic City of Bath.
- Bath, Somerset, England.
- Reginald Montague Lander (1913-c1980).

- A lovely image of the bronze head of the Roman Goddess Minerva, which was discovered in Bath in 1727. Below can be seen an outline of the facade of the Royal Crescent.

Year Published - 1962
Size - Double Royal  (approx 40 x 25in or 101.5 x 63.5cm)

Other Details:
Original Vintage British Railways Travel Poster.
Published by British Railways (Western Region) PR. 224/62
Printed in Great Britain by Jordison & Co Ltd, London and Middlesbrough

Condition Grade and Condition Report:
Grade: A-, un-conserved.
The odd brown spot at top and bottom edges, crease near top edge, a couple of small nicks to left edge taped on rear. More detailed photos are available on request if required.

More About The Artist:
Reginald Montague Lander was a freelance commercial artist in gouache and watercolour, and a prolific poster designer. He was born in London in 1913, educated at Clapham Central School and studied art at Hammersmith School of Art. He became the chief designer and studio manager at Ralph Mott Studio from 1930-9, and worked for Government Ministries and the British Transport Commission. He produced a huge number of posters for GWR, LNER, British Railways and the Post Office, right up to the early 1980s.

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