Richard Downer - Signed 20th Century Pen and Ink Drawing, Royal Bank of Scotland
DescriptionA fine pen and ink study of the Western Branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland in London, by the 20th Century artist Richard Downer. Signed in the lower left hand corner. Framing information on reverse. Well presented in a blue card mount and a simple painted wood frame, as shown. Signed. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some general substrate discolouration. The frame contains some very minor scuffed edges. Overall in good condition.
39 x 39cm (15.4" x 15.4")Framed Size: 56.2 x 55.7cm (22.1" x 21.9")
Richard Downer has been drawing and painting for over 60 years. Trained at Leeds College of Art, he worked in advertising as an art director and in 1966 established Richard Downer Limited working as a design consultant and illustrator for over 40 years. Richard's work has been seen by millions: he designed the BT telephone directories throughout the UK and illustrated them between 1967-1985. More recently, working mainly in oils, he has been exploring the lifespan of trees and their regeneration into the fabric of life. He was a Fellow of the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers and Fellow and past President of the Society of Typographic Designers. He continues to draw and paint at his studio Inkerman Press in North London.
|Dimensions||39 x 39cm|
|Medium||Pen and Ink|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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