285435 Hitchcock Comes to Crystal Palace Hitchcock Comes to Crystal Palace

Hitchcock Comes to Crystal Palace

in Acrylic by Caroline Skinner No Artist Reviews
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This original painting shows surreal birds flying around a famous South London landmark, the Crystal Palace transmitter, which provides television and mobile signals to millions of Londoners. The birds are painted in purple and black acrylic, with an abstract orange/golden yellow background. You can see South London's Eiffel Tower for miles around… The iconic transmitter and its surreal flying birds show through 9 small apertures in the light wooden frame. Fans of Hitchcock’s films will appreciate the title of this framed painting – “Hitchcock Comes to Crystal Palace.” If you know and love this part of South London, this unique painting makes a great statement piece for your home. Individual image sizes (H x W): central image is 9 x 14 cm (3.5? x 5.5?) 4 corner images are 9 x 6.5cm (3.5? x 2.5?) 2 images are 6.5 x 9 cm (2.5? x 3.5?) 2 images are 4 x 4 cm (1.5? x 1.5?). Total size within frame aperture (H x W) is 34 x 31 cm (13 .5? x 12.5 “). Frame size (H x W x D) is 43 x 40 c
W 14.75" x H 17.00"
W 37.47 cm x H 43.18 cm
Watercolour paper, shown through 9 mount apertures.
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About the Artist

Painting and drawing have always been part of my life. I studied at evening classes for a while under the late Bill Lehan in Sussex, doing eclectic art projects, but I have no formal art qualifications other than "O" Level Art gained at school last century, so I consider myself largely self-taugh...

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