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Artwork description:

From a series of Post-Minimalist studies of buildings of the Modern era.

A Grade II Listed Building in Silver End, Witham, Essex, Wolverton was one of the “top of the range” Crittall managers’ houses in Silver End, the workers’ town built by Francis Crittall.

Francis Henry Crittall (1860–1935) was an English businessman and philanthropist who in 1884 in the Essex town of Braintree instigated the manufacture of metal-framed windows by the Crittall Manufacturing Company Ltd. This company, now known as Crittall Windows Ltd, became the world's leading manufacturer of steel-framed windows.

While Francis Henry Crittall funded the Silver End model village development, it was his second son, Walter 'Pink' Crittall (1887-1956) who provided much of the artistic and technical direction. He designed houses for himself and for Crittalls' employees and, with architect Thomas S. Tait, was largely responsible for the style and appearance of Silver End.

Crittall products have been used in thousands of buildings across the United Kingdom, including the Houses of Parliament and Tower of London, and are features particularly associated with the Art Deco and Modernist movements in early 20th-century architecture.

Materials used:

Digital Vector Artwork printed to 310gsm Hahnemuhle German Etching Fine Art Paper.

Tags:

#modern  #architecture  #minimalist  #buildings  #colour  #artdeco  #modernist 

WOLVERTON (2020)

$221.89

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This artwork is sold by Eamonn Murphy from United Kingdom

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