The Terminus (Penzance Station)

Made:
1925 in England
artist:
Stanhope Alexander Forbes

Painting, oil on canvas, The Terminus (Penzance Station) by Stanhope Alexander Forbes, 1925. Painting shows a busy station platform from a high view point. This includes carriages, passengers and posters. The sea wall, houses and fields can be seen beyond the platform. Framed and glazed.

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Details

Category:
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Materials:
oil paint on canvas, perspex, wood
Measurements:
overall; frame: 1112 mm x 1373 mm x 80 mm,
frame; image: 980 mm x 1240 mm
Identifier:
1976-9301
type:
painting
status:
Permanent collection

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