Artist's description:

A wood engraving of a rat's eye view of Arsenal Station on the Piccadilly line of the London Underground. The foreground is dominated by the distinctive truncated domes of the platform's tactile strip.

This is the only Tube station to be named after a football club. However, until 1932 the station was called Gillespie Road, and the original wall tiling still bears this name.

This work was awarded the Highly Commended Drawing prize by the Society of Graphic Fine Art, October 2015.

Note: actual image size is 18x13cm; hand-printed on a larger sheet of paper to allow for mounting and framing. This piece is also available in a custom frame, mounted and ready to hang - please contact the artist for more information.

Materials used:

Wood engraving, ink on paper

View Subterranea 7: Arsenal (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Rebecca Coleman from United Kingdom

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