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Staffordshire Heritage & Arts
Crossing the Street (detail), watercolour on card by Layng, Mabel Frances, 1881–1937, photo credit: Staffordshire Heritage & Arts
The artist uses strong, bold watercolours to capture the intimate details of people going about their daily lives in the 1920s.
This special edition print is available now at the offer price of £40 plus postage.
The bulk of Staffordshire County Museum Service’s art collection came from Stafford Museum and Art Gallery, which closed in the early 1990s. Since then, collecting has built on its strengths, with the emphasis on Staffordshire-born or based artists, or painting with Staffordshire subject matter. Paintings are shown at the Shire Hall Gallery in Stafford, the Shugborough Estate, or in touring exhibitions.
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Dale's Shop, Stafford
Jones, Horace Overton, b.1856
A Member of the Whitby Family
Bardwell, Thomas, 1704–1767
A. S. Prescott (1832–1917)
Knight, John Prescott, 1803–1881
Bust of Izaak Walton
Cooke, F. L.
Wood, Thomas Peploe, 1817–1845
Camm, Thomas William, 1839–1912
Clare (Miss Clara) (1838–1895)
Clarissa Isabella Hague (1798/1799–1869)
Clarissa Isabella Knight (1798/1799–1869)
Gregory, G., active 1836–1848
Drummond, Julian E., 1824–1906
Daniel and the Lions
Daniel Chisenhale of Arley (1725–1798)
Keeling, Michael, 1750–1820
'Earl of Upton'
Brown, Edwin, 1815–1890
Elizabethan House, Gaolgate, Stafford
Florence Parker-Jervis (d.1938)
Charlton, John, 1849–1917
Francis Joule, Maltster (1755–1837)
George Granville (1758–1833), 2nd Marquis of Stafford, 1st Duke of Sutherland
Hannah Longworth (1721–1780)
Hubert de Gotham Parker-Jervis (1859–1894)
Simpson, William Graham, b.1855
John Joule (1783–1858)
Arrowsmith, Thomas, 1771–1839
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Crossing the Street