Gorleston-on-Sea (painting; oil painting; poster artwork)

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Painting, oil on canvas, Gorleston-on-Sea, by Wilfred Moody Fryer, 1960. Depicts the beach at Gorleston-on-Sea in summer, and an accompanying image in the upper right corner of a family heading for the beach with beach ball, bucket and spade. The father, who is smoking a pipe, points with his right hand. The main illustration is a bird's eye view of the beach filled with people, with beach huts, sailing boats on a boating pond, sunbathing and swiming. Signed by the artist at top left. Unframed. Original artwork, for British Railways (Eastern Region) poster We're off to Gorleston-on-Sea.


Pictorial Collection (Railway)
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oil paint and canvas
overall: 915 mm x 633 mm x 20 mm,
painting, oil painting and poster artwork