Coventry Cathedral, 1940

(John Piper)

Catalogue Number:- Reference Number:-  
not yet allocated Cash-picture0403  

J & J Cash woven picture of John Piper's original painting of Coventry Cathedral shortly after it was destroyed in the Second World war
 

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J & J Cash woven picture of
John Piper's original painting of
Coventry Cathedral shortly after it
was destroyed in the Second World war
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
{hand written number   and   John Piper's signature}
 
 
Size:
Of outer frame: 38.0cm deep by 29.5cm wide
Of tapestry: 11.0cm high by 14.0cm wide
Comments:
This J & J CASH woven picture commemorates the Silver Jubilee of the consecration of the new Coventry Cathedral in 1962. The tapestry depicts a reproduction of John Piper's painting of the ruins of the old cathedral shortly after it's destruction during the Second World war. The picture is from a limited edition of 500, and each was signed in pencil by artist.
 
Printed label on reverse:
 
printing on back of this picture, confirming it was made by J & J Cash
 
 
 
 
 This picture entitled
 "Coventry Cathedral, 1940", is one
 of a limited edition of 500
 designed and woven by
 J. and J. Cash Limited,
 Weavers of Coventry, England
 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of
 the Consecration of the new
 Cathedral in 1962. It has been copied
 from an original painting by
 John Piper of the ruins of the old
 Cathedral shortly after it was
 bombed. Each picture has been
 personally signed by the artist.
 
 


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