Print of an acrylic painting of The Carnegie Library by Gary Nash
Having been a theatrical scenic artist for many years I have recently branched out into much smaller artworks. My interest in the historical and lost buildings of Edwardian Luton inspired me to use them as a subject for my acrylic paintings.
This image shows one of the most lamented of Luton's lost buildings, the Carnegie Library circa 1960. This handsome building replaced the former library and was opened in October 1910. It was one of the 2,509 libraries financed by Scottish-American millionaire and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. The building was demolished in 1962.
Printed onto acid free watercolour paper using archive paints guaranteed (guaranteed fade-free).
Each print comes with an optional cardboard mount (styles may vary)
The prints are also available without mount in a rigid envelope/cardboard tube for economical and overseas shipping.
Size of image (approx):
Small: 20.3 x 15.2cm (8 x 6in)
Medium: 30.5 x 20.3cm (12 x8in)
Large: 40.6cm x 30.5cm (16x12in)
Size of mount (for framing purposes)
Small: 25.4 x 20.3cm (10 x 8in)
Medium: 35.6 x 27.9cm (14 x 11in)
Large: 50.8 x 40.6cm (20 x16)
PRICES (Includes UK shipping)
Printed onto acid free watercolour paper using inks guaranteed not to fade for 75 years (out of direct sunlight.)
Other sizes (A5 & A3 approx.) also available.
Mount included (style may vary) - picture frame not included.