B12 painting by award winning artist James Green

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A stunning painting depicting B12 8572 as it climbs Bethnal Green bank in 1932 has just been released by by artist James Green.  The original painting took several months for James to complete and was produced entirely by hand using watercolours and acrylic inks, the level of detail is just breathtaking.

Unsurprisingly, the original painting has already been snapped up by one lucky collector, however you can get your hands on a copy of a fine art limited edition print directly from the artist’s website.  Different size options are available and also a professional framing service, so you can receive your copy ready to hang.

Prices start from just £75 with free UK postage. Find details on how to order here https://jamesgreenart.co.uk/products/b12-limited-edition-print


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