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Flowers of the season, 1933 - Walter E Spradbery - Framed art Print

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  • Framed Vintage art print (40 x 28 cm) by Walter E Spradbery.
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  • Framed Size is 40 x 28 cm.
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About this artwork

Brought out by the Underground Electric Railways Company of London in 1933, this print is a precise re-creation of the original from the historical poster collection at the London Transport Museum. Every buy you make helps to fund the museum's operations.



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About the artist

Walter Ernest Spradbery (1889-1969) designer, painter, and poet. During his enduring three-decade relationship with London Transport he designed many posters for them, reflecting his keen interest in nature and landscape. His poignant war scenes bear witness to sorrow and survival during World War II.

Originating from East Dulwich, Spradbery eventually settled in Walthamstow. His education at Walthamstow School of Art led him back there as a teacher later. He was a passionate pacifist and found served in the Royal Army Medical Corps during WWI, where his watercolours vividly documented the heart-wrenching realities. Post WWII, Spradbery played a pivotal role in opening the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow in 1950 and also championed the early efforts for Nuclear Disarmament.

The beauty of flowers and plants fascinated Spradbery yet his reputation was as a landscape artist. The variety in his posters for promoting London's transport network excursions is impressive. His work is shown in the collections of the London Transport Museum, the V&A Museum and A retrospective exhibition was held at the William Morris Gallery, London, in 1970.

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