Newhaven, 1937 John Piper (1903-1992)
John Piper trained at the Richmond School of Art followed by the Royal College of Art. He turned from abstraction early in his career to a more naturalistic approach; his work often focused on the British landscape, especially churches. Piper was appointed a official war artist from 1940-1942. After the war he became renowned for his stained glass and set designs and continued to write extensively on modern art.
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Folded cards are 140mm x 170mm, they are packed with a buff coloured envelope in a biodegradable cello sleeve.