Palace of Arts
This beautiful Limited-Edition 'Fine Art’ print shows the Palace of Arts in Newcastle Exhibition Park.
The Palace was one of the main sites for the North East Coast Exhibition in 1929. Held at the start of the Great Depression the event was held to encourage local heavy industry.
I have strong and fond memories of this part of Newcastle. It feels like I was there every week, as a lad. But whilst we visited as a family, I doubt it was that often. I also remember feeling quite sad when I turned 14, and officially not allowed to play in the play-park (which is behind me from the viewpoint of this image).
The artwork is strictly limited to a run of 25, assuring you of rare wall-art wherever it is displayed.
It is numbered and signed by the photographer and is accompanied by an embossed, signed letter of authenticity, with the limited-edition sequence number of the piece, along with a copy of the artwork.
I print on beautiful Fotospeed Smooth Cotton Fine Art paper, using Fotospeed archival inks. I can supply it as a signed print on its own (image itself measures 16"x12" and is printed with an added ‘signature border’ of 1/2 “). Alternatively, I can supply it mounted in arctic-white, with a white frame, which is ready to hang in your favourite room. The overall size, including the frame is 17" x 21" (approx).
P&P included (UK only).