High quality reproduction of an original pen drawing. The Knife and Fork Café in Selly Oak was known as the Titanic Café as it was unsinkable, but has now been demolished as part of the Battery Factory redevelopment works. Overhanging the canal, and propped up on wooden struts, this was once possibly a British Waterways building. I always loved this building, that looked to always be on the brink of collapse.
About the Artist
Louise Moore BA (Hons) Fine Art from Nottingham Trent University. She is a member of the Guild of Waterway Artists and the SAA. She is a Director of Harris Moore Canvases Ltd and Urban Moorings CIC, and a qualified Picture Framer. She has paintings in private and public collections across the UK.
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Title : "The Knife & Fork Cafe"
Size: 24.7cm x 37.2cm plus a 2.5cm white border.
Edition: Open Edition Print
Media: Printed on High Quality Fine Art Paper