Bank Underground station, London 2000 (Vintage Print) by Matt Stuart.
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Specifications Bank Underground station, London 2000
Signed on verso
Print size: 30.5 x 40.5 cm
Actual image size: 26 x 38 cm
About Matt Stuart
Matt Stuart (b. 1974) was raised in the leafy suburbs of Harrow, North West London. He admits to a less than distinguished school career. However, was called upon aged 11 to play a trumpet solo in front of the Queen Mother. Her Majesty’s reaction is not recorded. A little later, in 1986, Matt discovered skateboarding after watching the film “Back to the Future”. Skating occupied his every waking moment until 1994 when he looked up from the half-pipe and noticed that girls had got a lot more interesting. He also indulged in a brief, ill-advised affair with Kung Fu. Matt’s father, keenly aware that his son would never be the next Bruce Lee, introduced him to photography, handing over books by Robert Frank & Henri Cartier-Bresson. Ever since then, photography has been Matt’s overriding passion, although he’s still quite interested in skateboards and girls.
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