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Albert Thomas Pile FRSA - Mid 20th Century Album, Views at Solihull

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An album of approximately 46 pen and ink drawings of the Birmingham and Solihull area, drawn between 1961 - 1971. Most are inscribed with location details and dates to the reverse, and signed with initials to the lower right corner. They were drawn when the artist was staying with his friends Geoffret ad Dorothy in Solihull. Eight of the drawings are loose at the front of the album. Locations include Olton, Sheldon, Barrington Road, St, Margaret's Church and others. The album measures 22 x 35.5 cm. Inscribed and dated.


Some drawings have some light foxing, but generally the condition is good. The album spine and cover has some light wear, but is intact.


19 x 28cm (7.5" x 11")

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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.


Solihull, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom

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Code pc488
Artist Albert Thomas Pile FRSA
Date Mid 20th Century
Dimensions 19 x 28cm
Medium Album
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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