• Shed Bunking by Chris Pulham

York Shed in the 1940's. The two lads at the doorway are wondering if it's safe to enter the shed without the foreman seeing what they are up to.
The A1, V2 and A4 are too tempting to resist.

  • High quality Giclée open edition print on 300gsm on fine art etch paper, signed by the artist.
  • This is a miniature print. Due to the size and orientation of the original painting, the size quoted is a (very close) approximation
  • Image size 8.5inch x 6.5 inch  (210mm x 155mm)
  • Overall size approx.10.75inch x 9inch (275mm x 230mm)

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Shed Bunking by Chris Pulham

  • £24.50


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Tags: York, Engine Shed, A1, V2, A4