Photographic Print. Balcony balustrade on a painted mural of Neptune on the Anchor house, Portmeirion.
This mural was painted in 1963 by Hans Nathan Feibusch, 1898 - 1998, a German-Jewish artist whose work was labelled as 'decadent' and banned in Germany, featuring in Goebbels, notorious Degenerate Art Exhibition in 1937. Following Nazi persecution he settled in England in 1933, joined the London Group of artists in 1934 and designed posters for Shell and the London Underground and he was responsible for more murals in churches in England than any other 20th century artist. He painted several others at Portmeirion including the ceiling fresco under the Gate House, the mythological figures taming a unicorn on the Lady's Lodge, the Baroque shop next to the Number 6 shop and one on Hotel Portmeirion. The turquoise on the balustrade is a signature village colour.
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Images printed at a Fuji approved professional laboratory on highest quality archive papers, Fuji Crystal or DP 2.
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