South Norwood Lake, Limited Edition A3 Screen Print, Crystal Palace, London, UK - (UN)FRAMED Art
"South Norwood Lake"
Modern art print of this south London park's lake featuring the sailing boats of Croydon Sailing Club.
Limited edition print in green, blue, navy, red and yellow colour way.
Hand-pulled screen print depicting South Norwood Lake in a bold graphic poster style
Vibrant water-based ink on heavy weight 300 gsm paper A3 size.
Signed and numbered limited edition run of 100 prints.
Print size 250mm by 344mm
Paper size 297mm by 420mm
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South Norwood Lake and Grounds are situated off Auckland Road between Crystal Palace (Upper Norwood) and South Norwood. The lake was originally built to be a reservoir. It fed the Croydon Canal (1809 & 1836) which stretched from Croydon to the Grand Surrey Canal at New Cross. It was usurped by the railway which used the canal's bed to build on. The lake and grounds became the Norwood Sports Club (boasting a golf course and tennis) before becoming a public park. Today Croydon Sailing Club uses the lake as do anglers fishing for carp and perch and the park houses South Norwood Bowling Club, Cricket pitches, Tennis and Basketball courts, a kiosk and The Lakes Cafe.