Gentleman, David: Warehouses – SOLD


A high quality and limited edition lithograph from the ‘Stoke Potteries’ suite, numbered 231 of 240, unframed in perfect condition.

More images can be provided on request.

Artist: David Gentleman, (born 1930), signed and numbered in pencil

Title and date: Warehouses, 1971/72

Size: 42.0 x 52.5 cms.

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Artist description:

David William Gentleman (born 1930)

An illustrator, designer and engraver who was born in Brentford. He studied first at St. Alban’s School of Art between 1947 and 1948 and attended the Royal College of Art from 1950 where he was tutored by some of the finest artists of the time, including John Nash, Edward Bawden and Reynolds Stone. Lithography became his medium of choice and he has since worked on projects as diverse as designs for postage stamps and wine labels to the hundred metre long panels at Charing Cross Station. Other major commissions include work for Shell, Penguin Books and the National Trust. Gentleman has illustrated and written several books including the eponymous David ‘Gentleman’s Britain’ and ‘David Gentleman’s London’. His work is represented in Tate Britain, the British Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.