Jeremy King - Kew Railway Bridge Limited Edition Framed Lithograph, 80 x 99cm
The colours and life of this famous location are captured in this striking scene. Only 250 copies of Jeremy King’s Kew Bridge have been printed, with the issue number featured on the print. Curate your own collect of rare art works.
The print has a deckle edge which is presented in a bevelled mount and hung in a curved, silver wooden frame with a brushed black effect.
Jeremy King was born in Oundle, Northamptonshire, in 1933, he went on to study at the Lancaster College of Arts and Crafts and, after National Service, at the London University Institute of Education. From 1958 to 1967 he taught art and 3D design pottery at Haymill Secondary School, Burnham.
In 1967 he left teaching to take up painting and lithography full time, working in ateliers in Spain, Paris and at the Curwen Studio, London. In 1976 he moved to Port Isaac, Cornwall, with his wife, painter Brenda King and their three children. He paints mostly on location and a number of images evolve from this practice.
Jeremy has exhibited widely throughout England, including the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Oil Painting. His work is in the Tate Gallery Print Collection and is widely collected in North America.
- Jeremy King
- 80 x 99cm
- Made in the UK
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