This compelling black on white depiction of an English village scene (perhaps Leeds) with terraced houses was created by noted British artist Stuart Walton in 1973, and then made into an original lithograph print which he signed. It is on heavy rag paper and ready to be framed.
15" x 22" edge to edge; 12" x 18" image
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