|Published||Published by Pictorial Maps Ltd, for the Travel Association of Great Britain and N. Ireland |
|Dimensions||Image 440 x 577 mm|
A decorative pictorial map depicting the centre of Cambridge, with banderoles naming the colleges and interesting sites. The map is surrounded by college emblems and includes portraits of the founders and the founding dates.
Kerry Ernst Lee (1903-1988) was a British artist who is best known for a series of chromolithograph advertising posters issued by British railways, designed and used to help promote British tourism after the Second World War. He attended Reading Schools of Arts and Science, the Slade, and the Sorbonne in Paris. Many of Kerry Lee's maps depict the artist sitting sketching in the corner with his dog beside him.
Condition: Some tears to top margin, time toning to sheet.