Twenty-Eight Listed Buildings of Stoke-On-Trent.
About the work
Framed. These buildings define Stoke-On-Trents place as a unique, World-reknowned Industrial City. As Pottery was reaching the houses and tables of a growing developed society, the city was expanding to harness and control it's development as well as enrich and provide for it's working population; The Town Halls, the Churches, the Public Libraries, The Parks, the Telephone Exchange, the Water Board, the Railway Buildings, War Memorials and, Statues to the men and characters that influenced all that this city provided to show and sell at the world market. No great city should sacrifice it's heritage for the sake of progress, and this poster is a celebration of that very ethos. Twenty-Eight of Stoke-On-Trent's One-Hundred and Ninety Three Listed Buildings and Monuments feature on this work.
This unique print is finished on 300gsm FujiColour Lustre Photographic Paper for the highest quality. Barewall are able to offer a comprehensive range of framing options.
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A1 - Sized Poster printed to Fujicolour 300gsm Lustre-Finish Photographic Paper.
60cm wide x 86cm high cm
This artwork is framed.