Manchester's New Station - Piccadilly

1960 in Manchester
British Railways, London Midland Region
Claude H Buckle

Painting, oil on canvas, Manchester's New Station, Piccadilly, by Claude Buckle, 1960. Impression of the new Piccadilly Station and office block in Manchester, built to replace the earlier London Road station. In the foreground a burgundy car passes in front of the station. There are parked cars to the right, and pedestrians walk on the pavement outside. A towering office block rises up at right, set against a graduated blue sky. Below the painting is designated space for text. Signed by the artist at right. Poster artwork for British Railways (London Midland Region) poster. Unframed. Signed by the artist.


Pictorial Collection (Railway)
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canvas and oil paint
poster artwork
  • visual and verbal communication
  • oil painting - visual work

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