John Piper silk screen ‘Harlaxton Manor’



John Piper silk screen ‘Harlaxton Manor’published by Marlborough Fine Art, 1977. Printed by Kelpra studio on velin Arches with their ‘K’ stamp on verso. Signed by the artist in pencil and numbered 8/100 copies, with the Kelpra blind stamp in lower right corner. The edges slightly discoloured with sellotape marks on all four corners on verso, else very good.

Image size 460 x 475mm ( 18 x 26.5 inches)

sheet size 570 x 781mm ( 22.5 x 30.75 inches)

Item details

Reference: Levinson 271.

In Harlaxton Manor, Near Grantham in Lincolnshire, Harlaxton Manor was built in the 1930s for George de Ligne Gregory and designed by the architect Anthony Salvin when he was just 32.

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