Urbis Manchester by day No2
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an impressionistic urban, cityscape, landscape painting of Urbis and the Printworks. Manchester, we love Manchester. painted using acrylic and ink using the croquis method to allow the characters to evolve and emerge from the paint, varnished for protection Urbis was an exhibition and museum in Manchester, England, designed by Ian Simpson. The building opened in June 2002 as part of the redevelopment of Exchange Square known as the Millennium Quarter. Urbis was commissioned as a 'Museum of the City' but visitor numbers were lower than ex-pected and a switch was made in 2005-6 to presenting changing exhibitions on popular-culture alongside talks, gigs and special events. Urbis was closed in 2010, after the opportunity arose for Manchester to host the National Football Museum. In 2012
W 49.53 cm x H 59.69 cm
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About the Artist
Andrew Alan Matthews a Manchester based Artist was employed in the textile design industry reproducing accurate, fine quality, hand painted Artwork for many years. He reproduced Artwork for all the leading textile companies in the UK. He then undertook a B.A.Hons Textile Degree at Manchester Metr...