A limited edition linocut print, made by hand in my studio. The edition is of 50 prints. Printed onto Fabriano Tiepolo (290gsm) paper, and signed, numbered and titled by hand. Each print is presented in a professionally cut, conservation standard mount. The lowest number available from this edition will be selected for customers ordering this print.
Living to the west of London I see Battersea every time I journey into or across the city, whether by car, train or even plane. To me it's always been a true London icon and I love it for that. Built in 1933, and designed by the same chap who also designed our old red phone boxes (also now decommissioned) it is the largest brick structure in Europe. Decommissioned over 20 years ago its use has evolved and is constantly being developed into something more appropriate for contemporary times. It is now the flagship development of the Nine Elms regeneration: a combination of 20 separate projects covering 560 acres.
It makes sense for me to always have a Battersea print in my portfolio and this is the latest in my larger size prints, and worked in the blue and red colour scheme which also matches most of my other prints in this size.
oil based printing inks, lino, fabriano tiepolo