Theme : trains
11 records on 2 pages
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.196Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Harwell Viaduct GWR, signed, watercolour, 13.6 x 21.5 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.63Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Trees and Hanwell Viaduct, oil on canvas board, 24 x 33 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.38Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Railway Train, oil on board, 14.2 x 38.1 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.28Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Harwell Viaduct, GWR, watercolour, 14 x 21 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG 2010.51.1Bowen, Donald (born 1917): St Austell from the train, inscribed 'St Austell', pencil on paper, 22.3 x 22 cms. Presented by the artist.
FAMAG 2010.18.28Stern, Ian (1947-1978): The train journey, photograph, 20.5 x 25.5 cms. Presented by the photographer's family.
FAMAG 2009.39Tanner, Steve: Natalie, 2002, photograph, 23.5 x 35.2. Purchased with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the Darwin 200 celebrations.
FAMAG 2007.3Marwood, Timothy (1954-2008): Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends (Diesel, Percy & James), signed and dated 1994, inscribed 'Thomas the Tank Engine + friends. Issue 197, 1994. Diesel, Thomas Percy + James. Issue 197., gouache, 37.4 x 26.3 cms. Gullane (Thomas) Limited is the owner of registered trademarks and ©s pertaining to the Thomas the Tank Engine name and character and the Thomas and Friends logo.
FAMAG 2006.41Harrold, John (born 1947): I.K. Brunels Viaduct, signed, inscribed I.K. Brunels Leviathan of the seas - The Great Eastern, watercolour and ink, 23 x 16.9 cms. Funding from Brunel 200, an initiative of Bristol Cultural Development Partnership - Arts Council England South West, Heritage Lottery Fund, Bristol City Council and Business West. Commission.