Set of four prints by Peter Gauld showing Ely Cathedral, York Minster, Canterbury Cathedral and Lincoln Cathedral. The prints were commissioned and distributed by The Reader's Digest. They are still in the original wallet.
Prints by Peter Gauld
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- ReferenceGB 3071 D/057
- Dates of Creation1970
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical DescriptionOne folder
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Peter Gauld was born in 1925 in Coalville, Leicestershire. He attended Loughborough College before serving with the Manchester Regiment during World War Two. After the War he attended Leicester College of Art to study painting and graphic design. Gauld worked for Unilever as art editor before becoming a freelance graphic designer. He was commissioned by various organisations including Shell Chemicals, Oxford University Press and the British Post Office. He designed several sets of stamps.
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Catalogued by Katharine Short, Archivist, December 2015.
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