Coach at Finchingfield

Paul Catherall’s bold linocuts of architectural landmarks are instantly recognisable. Whether on Tube posters, book covers, greetings cards or gallery walls, his immaculately clean, sharp prints with their striking colour palette and graphic edge are particularly distinctive. Based in London, but raised in Coventry, Paul retains a huge love for the concrete icons of Brutalism and Modernism that framed his childhood. The subjects of his prints have included controversial buildings such as the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre, the National Theatre and Telecom Tower, as well as celebrated landmarks including Battersea Power Station, Tate Modern and St Paul’s Cathedral. One of Transport for London’s most prolific poster artists of recent years, Paul studied Illustration at Leicester Polytechnic and began his career as a working illustrator, creating figurative acrylic paintings for clients ranging from Marston’s Brewery to the Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph and Harper Collins.

Size: 20 x 30 inches

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This poster is adapted from a linocut by Paul Catherall and features a representation of an old 1951 London Transport coach at Finchingfield, Essex. London Transport Museum needed images of its preserved 1938 stock tube train and an old coach to promote its tour and other public programmes. Paul was invited to produce both images which were also available at the time as very limited linocut prints.
SKU 169103
Product Name Coach at Finchingfield
Supplier Mosaic
Shipping Method Mosaic
Dimensions 20 x 30 inches
Weight 0.150000
Decade 2010s
artist Paul Catherall
Credit Paul Catherall
Date 2011
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