Painting, gouache on board, Happisburgh near Stalham, by Frank H Mason, 1958. Depicts Happisburgh lighthouse on the north coast of Norfolk. It shows the lighthouse, painted in red and white bands, at night. The light is shining from the top of the tower, while the moon lights the sea beyond. Signed by the artist at bottom left. The board is taped at left, right and bottom onto another board below. On the reverse are the paintings acquisition numbers, and the numbers "34" and "31¼ x 23". Original artwork for British Railways (Eastern Region) double royal poster East Coast Landmarks, Happisburgh, near Stalham. Unframed.
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- British Rail, Clapham
- Permanent collection
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