Place in Print Herne Hill Lamppost Banners Carnegie Library Art Poster Print

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Herne Hill for Carnegie Library

Giclée Art Print
£45.00
Place in Print Herne Hill Lamppost Banners Carnegie Library Art Poster Print White Frame
Standard Delivery4-5 Working Days
Express Delivery1-2 Working Days
Description

The Carnegie Library is a Grade II listed public library completed in 1905 and funded by Andrew Carnegie. The building was threatened with closure in 1999, but a voluntary group, the Friends of Carnegie Library was set up and managed to prevent the closure.

In 2015, Place in Print was commissioned by the Herne Hill Forum to produce a new set of artwork to be displayed on lamppost banners around Herne Hill in South London. This print is of one of those designs, just at a smaller scale! A great way to celebrate Herne Hill. The simplistic view captures the essence of the place, and the title below the image is similar to that seen on vintage railway posters.

Available for a limited time, and framed in a choice of a black or white frame.

Christmas 2019

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Standard UK Delivery: 3pm 18th December
Express UK Delivery: 3pm 20th December
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