Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee, County Durham, Canvas Prints

£55.00£85.00

Situated in the town of Peterlee, north east England, the Grade-II listed Apollo Pavilion was designed by the artist and architect Victor Pasmore. Built in 1969, this piece of brutalist public art was named after the Apollo space missions of the same era.

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Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee, County Durham

Canvas Prints by Poster Creative

Available in various colours: Grey | Orange | Blue | Yellow | Turquoise  

 

Situated in the town of Peterlee, north east England, the Grade-II listed Apollo Pavilion was designed by the artist and architect Victor Pasmore.

Built in 1969, this piece of brutalist public art was named after the Apollo space missions of the same era.

Quality:

Our hand-made canvas prints are printed in Scotland using the highest quality printing methods, resulting in a great depth of colour and accuracy. All our canvas prints are water-resistant, scratch proof, cleanable, and UV protected to last 100 years without fading. They’re hand-stretched over 20mm kiln dried pine stretcher bars, coated with a semi-gloss protective laminate and come supplied ready to hang on your wall.

Dimensions:

A3 (297mm x 420mm) or A2 (420mm x 594mm).

Packaging:

Canvas prints are quality checked by our experienced fine art printer and by us. All canvases are carefully wrapped in a cellophane bag, placed between thin pieces of MDF board, and then wrapped in bubble wrap to help protect your canvas from damage.

Delivery:

A standard delivery cost of £7.95 is applied at checkout (48hr service delivery – UK only). We’ll send you an email notification to let you know when your item has been shipped. Please allow up to 10 business days from order to delivery.