Yarm Town Hall... Located in the historic and picturesque small town, this Dutch style Town Hall was built by the Lord of the Manor, the 3rd Viscount Fauconberg and stands at what is probably the widest point on the High Street. The new Town Hall was used as a courthouse and marketplace, it was built to replace the tollbooth which was demolished in 1710.
This signed handcrafted print creates a striking image of our beloved historical Town Hall and would make a treasured, unique gift for anyone with fond affection for Yarm.
This grey ink 7" x 5" 'Yarm Town Hall' linocut print is set in an etched leaf silver frame, overall frame size measures 9" x 7". This original open edition lino print is numbered and signed by the artist.