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1960 London's Parks lithograph in colours designed by Stevens, printed by the Baynard Press in 1960 for London Transport. A delightful image featuring a Chelsea Pensioner relaxing and enjoying a London park. Height (cm): 101 and width (cm): 63. This brightly coloured poster is rare and in good condition.
Vintage Seekers says
Harry Stevens (1919 - 1978) was a graphic designer specialising in poster design. While he never had any formal art training, Stevens worked for a wide variety of clients and agencies, including London Transport, and won the Council of Industrial Design Poster Award.
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"What would I give to visit a London park in the 1960s? Almost everything. To my parents, who did, a strange desire."
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