Title - The Western Highlands - Travel by LNER.
Location - Western Highlands, Inverness-Shire, Scotland.
Artist - John Edmund Mace (1889-1952).
Description - A muted-palette forceful depiction of roaring water under a bridge somewhere in the Scottish Highlands. Two people can be seen standing at the left end of the bridge, suggesting that the LNER can take you by train to the rugged expanse of the highlands.
John Mace's posters seldom appear on the market.
Year Published - 1930
Size - Quad Royal (approx 50 x 40in or 127 x 101.5cm) plus linen border.
Original Vintage LNER British Railway Travel Poster.
Published by the London & North Eastern Railway
Printed in England by Jarrold & Sons Ltd Norwich & London
Condition Grade and Condition Report:
Grade: B+, we have had this poster conservation-backed on linen. For more details of the process please see the "Conservation" page of this website.
Small repaired tears to the right side, watercolour touch-ups to small surface scuffs, repairs to damaged edges including some small replacements to paper losses, paper a little age-browned. More detailed photos are available on request if required.
More About The Artist:
John Edmund Mace was a London-based marine and landscape artist. He was an Official War Artist in France from 1918-19. He was exhibited at the Royal Academy and other important institutions. He produced artwork for a small number of railway company posters.
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