cycle damour elgar print - medium by lee morris: framed

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Lee Morris takes a novel look at one of Malverns best loved residents, Sir Edward Elgar. Elgar is pictured on this card enjoying a joyous moment of free wheeling! Elgar loved cycling - he cycled up to 50 miles a day! Mornings were spent writing and in the afternoons he would cycle off into the countryside. His first bike was a Royal Sunbeam, which he named Mr Pheobus. Lee's quirky series of designs came about after he was caught creating a little naughty piece of street art he produced with his partner in crime Tom Brown in March 2014.

Malvern residents immediately fell in love with their cheeky mural of Elgar nonchalantly leaning against an old red telephone box checking his mobile and demanded it remained in place. A very forward thinking town Council agreed, and even redecorated the bus stop around it!

This official collection of four designs is produced by the artist himself and is available in cards, prints, and also limited edition large prints. This print is unlimited, printed on high quality paper and comes in a cellophane packet backed with card.

Materials: card

Size: H: 50.7cm, W: 40.5cm

Item Code: LMPLCA

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