Arthur's Cafe, Dalston - Limited edition Giclee print
Arthur's Cafe is a family run cafe in Dalston, East London which has been going since 1935. From a review in The Guardian: "Arthur’s has never closed, not even when bombs rained all around. Every weekday on the dot of 7am, the doors open and the faithful flood in. There’s a young chap behind the counter in shorts, nimbly assembling sandwiches from loaves of pillowy white bread or enormous brown rolls, all from Raab’s bakery on Essex Road. This is the “grandson”, James. His concentration, his almost choreographed speed of assembly, his good humour: they all lead me to suspect that Arthur’s may well be continuing to delight for at least another couple of generations." More here: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/jan/15/arthurs-cafe-kingsland-road-london-e8-restaurant-review
The original painting has sold but you can own this piece of history as a limited edition giclée print.
Printed on a high quality heavyweight fine art paper. Each print is signed and numbered on the front.
Available in 3 sizes:
A3 (Small 29 x42 cm) = Edition of 50
A2 (Medium 42 x 59 cm) = Edition of 50
A1 (Large 59 x 84 cm) = Edition of 10