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Albert Thomas Pile FRSA - 1962 Pen and Ink Drawing, Hall of Memory, Birmingham

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Description

Inscribed and dated on the reverse.On wove.

Condition

Condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration, generally the appearance is very good.

Size

19 x 28cm (7.5" x 11")
Sheet: 19 x 29cm (7.5" x 11.4")

Collection Information

Taken from an album of drawings of the Birmingham area, drawn by Albert Thomas Pine when staying in the area with friends.

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Artist Biography

Albert Thomas Pile, MSM, FRSA, SGA (1882-1981) was born in London, and studied at the Central School, Goldsmith's, Camberwell and Bournemouth Colleges of Art. He first visited Whitby on sketching holidays in the early 1940s. A civil servant, during the Second World War he was an official artist to the Information Ministry. He lived in Whitby in retirement and was a member of the Fylingdales Group.

Location

Birmingham, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom

More Information
Code pc485
Artist Albert Thomas Pile FRSA
Date 1962
Dimensions 19 x 28cm
Medium Pen and Ink
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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