Alan's aim for this work was to capture the excitement and dazzle of Pullman travel in the 1930’s. His challenge has been to paint a social commentary, whilst attempting to ‘capture the noise’ on canvas of a busy mainline station in what is regarded by many as the heyday of railway travel.
Railways are about people, so this image invites the viewer to join the ‘hustle and bustle’ and perhaps recognise a familiar face or two within the crowd.
If you're at all familiar with York Station, you may recognise this image, albeit some generations ago!
We've chosen a frame we think suits the work, and provided you with two images of this framed print in a standard size, so you can see how it will look on your wall. One is slightly 'warmer' looking; one is slightly more 'cool' looking, to reflect the different temperatures of light you might have in your home.
Choose your own bespoke frame, available on request:
Original medium: oil painting.
Dimensions: (not including mount and/or frame)
Print size: 51 cm x 27 cm
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