Recently when I was browsing a local shop I came across this intriguing frame with four pencil drawings of London attractions. Something about this group of drawings, kept calling me back to look again and again. It doesn’t really go with any theme I have in my home, nor is it a photo of flowers (which is usually what would attract me).
I found it unusual and am amazed by each individual drawing. So I of course, brought it home. I can’t stop looking at all the ornate details.
All pieces are signed WJ Maskell dated ‘67. I’ve been looking online this evening and I can’t find anything about this artist on the internet or whether these are originals or not. The paper on the back of the frame looks fragile and vintage. I wouldn’t want to take it apart to determine if it is an authentic pencil drawing… Sometimes I guess we may never know if our items are worth more than just what speaks to us. However, if anyone out there knows anything about this artist or the nature of these prints? Please do share! Thanks so much for coming by to visit today!
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