Tixall Gatehouse, Unframed Print by Ed Kluz

£225.00

Tixall Gatehouse was built in about 1580 by Sir Walter Aston to stand in front of an older house. It is a delightful example of the Elizabethans’ uninhibited assimilation of Classical elements into the English style before Palladianism took hold. It is one of a group of screenprints by Ed Kluz taking inspiration from the intriguing houses renovated by The Landmark Trust.

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Tixall Gatehouse was built in about 1580 by Sir Walter Aston to stand in front of an older house. It is a delightful example of the Elizabethans’ uninhibited assimilation of Classical elements into the English style before Palladianism took hold. It is one of a group of screenprints by Ed Kluz taking inspiration from the intriguing houses renovated by The Landmark Trust.

Print Presentation

Mounted Print

Print Type

Screen Print

Print Size

39 x 27.5 cm

Country of Manufacture

United Kingdom

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