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February Gallery

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Choose from 900 pictures in our February collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Plymouth, Devon, GWR/SR poster, 1938 Featured February Print

Plymouth, Devon, GWR/SR poster, 1938

Poster produced for Great Western Railway (GWR) and Southern Railway (SR) to promote rail travel to Plymouth, Devon, which is described as a Delightful Centre for Holidays'. The poster was issued jointly by GWR, SR and the local council. The two companies each paid 25% of the cost, and the council the remainder. Artwork by Claude Buckle, who originally trained as an architect but turned to fine art in 1928. He painted in both oil and watercolour and was a prolific poster artis for the Great Western Railway (GWR) and British Railways (BR). Much of his original poster artwork is held at the National Railway Museum

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22 Feb 2003 Featured February Print

22 Feb 2003

© Sutton Motorsport Images

Action, America, American, Bridgestone Presents The Champ, Cart, Cart Fedex World Series, Cart World Series, Celebrate, Champ Car, Champ Cars, Champcar, Champcars, Fedex Championship Series, Indycar, Indycars, Petersburg, Podium, St, St Petersburg, Trophy, United States, United States Of America, Usa

East Coast Joys No 2 - Sun-bathing, LNER poster, 1931 Featured February Print

East Coast Joys No 2 - Sun-bathing, LNER poster, 1931

Poster produced by London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the East coast of England. This poster, entitled Sun Bathing, was second in a series of six posters illustrating the various pastimes that could be enjoyed on the east coast. The posters formed a continuous scene when placed next to each other, but each was designed so that it could also stand alone. Artwork by Tom Purvis (1888-1957), who rallied for the professionalisation of commercial art. In 1930 he was one of the group of artists who founded the Society of Industrial Artists, which campaigned for improved standards of training for commercial artists in order to broaden their scope of employment

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