Cedric Dawe (1906–1996) - 1976 Mixed Media, Windsor Guildhall
DescriptionA striking architectural view of the guildhall in Windsor. The artist has used a range of media including gouache, watercolour, conte and graphite. The artist has signed and dated to the lower left corner and the drawing has been presented in a fine gilt effect frame with a card mount and glazing. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including minor discolouration. The mount ha minor discoloration. The frame is in fine condition.
36 x 46cm (14.2" x 18.1")
Cedric Dawe (1906–1996) was a British art director. He worked on the set design of over sixty films during his career, spending many years working for ABPC at the company's Elstree and Welwyn Studios. He was praised for his realistic designs for Lance Comfort's 1947 film noir Temptation Harbour. Towards the end of his career he also worked in television, as art director on series such as Colonel March of Scotland Yard, Department S and The Saint.
|Artist||Cedric Dawe (1906–1996)|
|Dimensions||36 x 46cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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