P - Piccadilly

by Tobias Till

Edition of 75 - 37.5cm x 41.5cm

£300

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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    Type | Limited Edition
    Medium | Prints
    Style | Figurative
    Subject | Cityscape
    Year | 2012
    Edition | of 75
    Size | 37.5cm x 41.5cm
    Ready to hang | No
    Signed | Yes
    Materials | Limited edition linocut print

    Additional Information

    • Signed on the lower right by the artist
    • All London A-Z letters available for sale on request. The entire box set can be purchased for £4000. Contact us for more information
  • Jo Baring

    The Insider Jo Baring says:

    "Through his use of hand carved linocut blocks, Tobias Till is an artist working in the finest tradition of British printmakers. His works are witty evocations of urban life. They are gloriously British and bursting with charm, bringing to mind artists such as William Nicholson and his famous 1898 ‘An Alphabet’."

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    Need to know

    • The 'Alphabet of London' prints make fantastic gifts - match the letter to the recipient's first name
    • This work suits spaces which mix vintage and modern design
    • These are high quality, limited edition linocuts by a skilled and recognised London artist
  • P - Piccadilly

    P - Piccadilly, from Tobias Till’s London A-Z series depicting famous London landmarks. This print depicts the bustling road junction at Piccadilly Circus lit up at night. Piccadily Circus is a main tourist attraction in London, and is located in the heart of Soho, and next to the posh neighborhood of Mayfair. It is also only a stones throw away from Buckingham Palace.

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    Tobias Till

    Tobias Till is a British printmaker with a deep love of London. He expresses his fascination with the changing city through wonderful linocuts capturing the capital's history alongside present day developments.

    His works combine beautiful muted tones with skilfully drawn black outlines. They are a pleasure to own. It's no surprise that Tobias exhibits regularly in London and his work is recognised in prestigious circles: Christies, the Royal Academy, Bankside Galleries, and Mall Galleries. He was even commissioned by Portcullis House to create a print for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. His w…

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