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Watercolour - Bramley Road

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Arthur Lockwood

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Basic Information

Accession Number:1995V39
Collection:Topographical Views - Lockwood Collection
Date:1941 c - 1942 c

Maker Information

Artist:Frank Taylor Lockwood - View biography for Frank Taylor Lockwood

Notes

Frank Taylor Lockwood worked as a graphic artist in the design department at Cadbury's, Bournville. In his spare time he travelled around Birmingham with his sketchbook, recording subjects of interest. A large collection of his artwork, both topographical and commercial, was presented to Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery by his son and daughter in 1995. This watercolour shows the view from a bedroom window of the artist's home. It shows the neatness and uniformity of the inter-war period corporation housing schemes. Bramley Road was demolished in March 1994, together with much of the surrounding housing development.

Presented by Arthur Lockwood and Jean Barnsby.

Further Information

Reign:King George VI
Production Period:20th century
Medium:Watercolour on paper.
Material(s):Watercolour
Place of Origin:Birmingham, England

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Dimensions

Height:200 mm
Width:287 mm