London, South Kensington
13 September 2009
EDWARD BAWDEN, R.A. (BRITISH, 1903-1989)
The Tower of London, from Nine London Monuments
linocut in colours, 1966, on wove paper, signed and titled in faded ballpoint ink, inscribed 'Artist's proof 1/100', trimmed with narrow margins, stuck to the glazing of the frame in parts
L. 515 x 668 mm.; S. 530 x 683 mm.
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