Illustration sketch print of Manchester Central Library on St. Peter’s square by local artist Liz Scribbles.
|Small||250 x 250mm|
|Regular||400 x 400mm|
|Medium||500 x 500mm|
|Large||800 x 800mm|
This open edition print of Liz Scribble’s illustration of Manchester Central Library on St. Peter’s square is a perfect gift for your home. The sophisticated sketch captures the mood of St peter’s square on a beautiful autumn day in Manchester, including references to the trams, traffic lights, people walking around, and the surrounding buildings. This squared shape giclée print is available in small, regular, medium, and large sizes.
‘Central Library’ by artist Liz Scribbles is a stunning illustration of Manchester Central Library based in the city centre. Focusing on the domed structure, designed by E. Vincent Harris the work also features St. Peter’s Square.
Liz Ackerley is an urban sketcher with a particular interest in Reportage Illustration, the art of visual storytelling. Her current illustrational work focuses on capturing a sense of place and occasion, these interests underpin her illustrational works. She is fascinated by urban and rural street life and the diversity of activities and events that happen there and focuses on capturing this in her work. Her work is captured mainly on site, observing and drawing in real time, as things happen. Her work is characterised by a combination of illustrational drawing in pen, ink and watercolour together with text as narrative.
Printed to order on archival quality 300gsm rag paper, and dispatched within 4 working days (free shipping available within the UK).
Large, Medium, Regular, Small