Laying Monster Tubes from the New River
- Art Funded
- 43 x 60 cm
- Art Fund grant
- £1,375 (Total: £5,500)
- David Messum Fine Art Ltd
The laying of large cast-iron pipes would have been a common sight during the second half of the nineteenth century. A great deal of work was undertaken at that time to increase the supply of clean water to an ever-growing number of customers.
Owen Lloyd 1856, by whom returned to the artist in excahnge for another work; Phillips, c 1991; with David Messum.