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167340

The Changing Face of Industry.

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This painting is a depiction of an old, once thriving industrial site where years ago, men and women scurried around, busy doing their jobs and the chimneys churned out plumes of smoke. It's all quiet now and most of the buildings have been demolished because the management at the time decided to use the workers pension funds to prop up the ailing business and, when it failed and the factories closed it left the workforce penniless! This artwork is one in a series of paintings I will be doing over the forthcoming months. Painted using brushes and sponges and masking off certain areas this piece would make an impressive statement in any room of your home. You will need picture 2 level nails or screws to hang this piece flat against your wall.

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W 35.25" x H 35.25"
W 89.54 cm x H 89.54 cm
Acrylic
Reeves quality cotton stretched canvas with matching painted edges
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About the Artist

I was born in Huyton, Liverpool and drawing and painting has always been in my blood as far back as I can remember. I studied Art and Art History to A Level standard...gaining an 'A' in each subject. I then went on to start a Foundation Course at Carlisle College of Art, but affairs of the hear...

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