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Fred Taylor Underground Poster Hampton Court (1929)


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Fred Taylor (1875-1963)

Hampton Court (1929)

Published by Underground Electric Railways Company Ltd, 1929, printed by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd

75x50cm (30×20 inches) Backed to Linen (A-)

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Fred Taylor was one of Britain’s foremost poster artists, in a career stretching from 1908 to the 1940s. Although skilled as an artist in many fields – he exhibited at the Royal Academy – his main strength was architecture. Producing posters for London Underground, the Empire Marketing Board and other travel companies, this poster of Cardinal Wolsey is a particularly successful and bold composition.

Hampton Court was Wolsey’s residence until Henry VIII stripped him of his government office and property in 1529; Henry then taking Hampton Court as his own London residence.