It would make a perfect gift for anyone who has stayed in the hut. This lithographic print on high quality 300gsm paper measuring overall 32cm x 22.5cm. It has been signed and numbered by the artist in graphite pencil.
The print is a reproduction taken from the original pen and ink drawing completed by Phil in 1988. Supplied flat in a stiffened envelope.
Artist: Phil Gibson
Please note postage and packaging is included in the price.
The print is supplied flat in a stiffened envelope.
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01 January 1988
32cm x 22.5cm
and it was from here that he found a real niche in illustrating crag architecture. He now has completed nearly 300 drawings for guidebooks, but now drawing and painting have become a full time occupation as the work becomes destined for the wall rather than the bookshelf. http://www.philipgibson.co.uk/, he worked for Wedgwood and Moorcroft before freelancing as the pottery industry declined. It was in 1979 that he provided a collection of drawings for the BMC Staffordshire gritstone guidebook, Phil's obsession with climbing began in 1973 on Staffordshire Gritstone – and has shown no signs of relenting. A native of Stoke, Staffordshire shaped not only Phil's climbing but his artistic direction: trained as a ceramic designer