Spanish City - ART CARD
THERE IS A MINIMUM ORDER OF 4 ART CARDS.
You can pick 4 from any of the different designs.
This beautiful art card captures Spanish City at twilight. It comes with an envelope in a bio-degradable bag and is printed on FSC certified card, making it the environmentally friendly choice. The card is blank on the inside, so you can write your own personal message. Add a splash of colour to a friend or loved one's home, with this beautiful image from Whitley Bay.
The text on the back says:
Charles Elderton created a group of North East Toreadors to perform on the site that would become Spanish City. In 1908 it was officially opened with a three-arched entrance leading to a fairground. Two years later, the iconic dome was built.
Acrobatic performers and exotic creatures such as, hyenas and tigers would appear in the first years. In the subsequent years it was changed into a cinema, occupied by the military during World War I, converted into a ballroom in 1920 and during the 1960s it became a bingo hall. During the 1970s the site began a slow decline until eventually, it was closed in 2002. Following years of restoration work Spanish City was reopened in 2018.
David Holliday is a professional watercolour artist based in Northumberland. His paintings range from townscapes to wide open beaches, and from moody landscapes to puffins and pigeon houses.
Cards Size 14.5cm by 14.5cm
White / blank on the inside.
The card is wrapped in a biodegradable bag.
Comes with a white envelope.
Printed on FSC certified card. ( Forest Stewardship Council )