London, South Kensington
26 April 2001
Cyril Edward Power (1874-1951)
The Tube Station (Coppel 32)
linocut in colour, circa 1932, on buff oriental laid tissue paper, signed, entitled and numbered 53/60 in pencil, (aside from the American edition), the sheet trimmed and laid to the mount, otherwise in general good condition, framed
B. 266 x 296mm.
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Post Lot Text
Power's work notes identify this as Bank Tube Station.
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