From artist Mark Brathwaite's Lost Connection series, featuring the Great British red telephone box, a nostalgic series of artist signed and numbered limited edition prints.
This Lost Connection print features an abandoned phone box spotted in a farmer's field behind a dry stone wall in Northumberland, near Hadrian's Wall - rather cleverly repurposed by the farmer - the sheep certainly seemed to like it!
Mounted dimensions 400x400mm. This mount size will fit a standard size metric frame. The gallery stocks ready made frames in this size, so please do give us a cal if you'd like to discuss framing
On a snowy day early in 2004, Mark Braithwaite (perhaps foolhardily!) drove onto the North York Moors looking for inspiration for new paintings. Stranded in a sudden snowstorm, an abandoned phonebox stood out like a beacon, and from this the first "Lost Connection" painting was born!
Working from his York studio, artist Mark Braithwaite has been busy painting the "Lost Connection" series - a nostalgic look at the Great British red telephone box set in England's green and pleasant land!
Don't forget to look for Lucy, MJ Braithwaite's trademark black cat image hiding in each picture!
Each Lost Connection print has been produced as a limited edition of 850 paper prints, with Artist's Proofs. Several of the images have a larger size and a canvas version.