This image weaves together influences of both the Victorian and British wartime eras, this is done through the Macclesfield silk stripe patterns, colours, looms, factory workers and silk moths represent the wartime past. A mischievous squirrel can be seen perched on the edge of the roof, hinting at one of the most famous Tunnecliffe pieces of art displayed in the Museum.
This piece is from our Future Deco range, which has been inspired by the old railway posters of the 1940’s, but with a modern and playful twist.
This particular print is part of a limited edition print run, with only 32 of each available to purchase. The artwork is signed by the artist, stamped and dated.
We print onto premium paper using a specialist 12 colour RGB giclée printer in Bollington. We also frame the artwork locally, with a bespoke black matte wood finish.
Exclusive from Courthouse Collective.