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  • This England

    £300 Stock code: AD1617
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    This England

    Framed and mounted, coloured lithograph by the Anglo-Polish draughtsman and expressionist painter Feliks Topolski showing Winston Churchill and Clement Atlee on The Mall. The work forms part of the post war Prints for Schools series. The purpose of Prints for Schools was to provide schools and other public institutions with examples of work by good artists at a low cost. The lithographs were all of uniform size so that they could be interchangeable in a single frame or group of frames to allow them to be rotated. The contributing artists were chosen by a committee chaired by the art historian Herbert Read.    
    Dimensions: 69cm (27¼") High, 94cm (37") Wide, 1.5cm (0½") Deep
    Stock code: AD1617
    £300

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