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Edwin La Dell - Point to Point, Charing (Kent)

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1960s

  • £450.00
  • €534 Euro
  • $605 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Edwin La Dell 'Point to Point, Charing (Kent)' - a signed lithograph print; framed

An original lithograph signed by the artist lower right, titled as above and numbered from an edition of 25 prints. It is housed in what appears to be the original frame which is in generally good condition for its age. We have not examined the lithograph out of the frame but it appears to be in excellent condition with good colour.

About 14.5 x 21.7 inches image size and about 20.7 x 27.5 inches framed size

The price is inclusive of delivery to Great Britain mainland. Please enquire of us for shipping costs to other destinations.

Edwin La Dell ARA, RBA (1914-1970) was a well-known printmaker and painter. He was born in Rotherham, and won scholarships to Sheffield School of Art and the Royal College of Art where he studied under John Nash, and where later he became Head of Printmaking. He was elected a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1950 and an Associate of the Royal Academy 1969. He was a hugely influential printmaker in particular and his work is held in many public collections, including the Tate Gallery, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Imperial War Museum, the Government Art Collection, University of Leeds, and Rotherham Museums & Art Galleries. He lived at Grafty Green in Kent.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 53cm (20.7in)
  • W: 70cm (27.5in)

Period: 

1960s

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