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England v. Ireland, 1937 - H Goodenough - Framed art Print

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  • Framed Vintage art print (40 x 29 cm) by H Goodenough.
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  • Framed Size is 40 x 29 cm.
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About this artwork

London Transport was the original publisher of this print back in 1937. It's a true-to-life replica taken from the archived posters housed in the London Transport Museum. Each time one is bought, it aids the functioning of the museum.



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About the artist

Born on 29th August 1892, Harold Sandys Williamson, a British painter and teacher, was also an accomplished poster designer. He served on the Western Front in World War One and used his experiences as a war artist in both the first and second World Wars.

Originally from Leeds, Williamson studied at the Leeds School of Art from 1911 to 1914 before shifting to London to continue his studies at the Royal Academy schools. His talent won him the Turner Gold Medal during his academic year at the Academy. He used his war experiences and recovery journey from injury as an inspiration for his artwork.

Post-war, Williamson made a name for himself as a commercial artist. From 1922 to 1939, he created posters for the London Underground and London Transport. He also worked for the Empire Marketing Board, the GPO, and the Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts. In 1930, he took on the role of Head of the Chelsea School of Art, a position he held until 1958. He was instrumental in bringing on board Henry Moore to head a new sculpture department at the college. Williamson died on 6th March 1978.

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