Sale price1.350 €
CollectibleLimited-Edition

Beautiful Brutalism (National Theatre III)
Amelia Lancaster

CollectibleLimited-Edition
Sale price1.350 €
CollectibleLimited-Edition

Experience the artistic intersection of modernist architecture and creative photography with Amelia Lancaster's limited-edition photograph, Beau...

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Amelia Lancaster began her creative journey as an architect and set designer before transitioning into the realms of art and photography. Her talent and dedication earned her recognition, including winning a prestigious National Set Design Competition that granted her the opportunity to work at the BBC. She later served as an Art Director before fully immersing herself in her artistic pursuits. Her endeavors have been showcased at prominent exhibitions, including The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019, Ashurst Emerging Artist Exhibition 2019, and The London Festival of Architecture 2020. Amelia's work has also graced the walls of esteemed venues such as The Proud Gallery, The Courtauld Institute East Wing Biennial, and this year, The Bhavan and Open Eye Galleries, marking her continued presence in the art world.
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Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.
Dimensions: 45cm x 60cm includes a 7.5cm border

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Dimensions: 45cm x 60cm includes a 7.5cm border

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.

About

Amelia Lancaster began her creative journey as an architect and set designer before transitioning into the realms of art and photography. Her talent and dedication earned her recognition, including winning a prestigious National Set Design Competition that granted her the opportunity to work at the BBC. She later served as an Art Director before fully immersing herself in her artistic pursuits. Her endeavors have been showcased at prominent exhibitions, including The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019, Ashurst Emerging Artist Exhibition 2019, and The London Festival of Architecture 2020. Amelia's work has also graced the walls of esteemed venues such as The Proud Gallery, The Courtauld Institute East Wing Biennial, and this year, The Bhavan and Open Eye Galleries, marking her continued presence in the art world.

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