Number 73 of the edition of 100,unframed, signed. A huge woodcut, previously exhibited at the Curwen Gallery. Jill Hutchings, Curwen Director`s ,comment: "The New Academy Gallery was started by Sir High Casson to encourage companies to buy art for the great benefit of their staff. The gallery comprised of half Curwen Gallery and half Royal Academician artists. As a result we bought in a great many prints of artists that we did not normally exhibit. William Tillyer was a good example and we have a number of his works." Norbert Lynton describes William Tillyer as "One of the most intelligently original and entertaining painters of our time".
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