Today this 1951 perspective drawing is untraced. Do you know the ownership or location of this important work. Please do contact us
A large perspective drawings , again , painted by Kenneth Steel for Husband and Co who were tasked with carrying out re-construction work in the late 1950's at this coal mine.
This artwork has recently been acquired by the National Coal Mining Museum, near Wakefield
One of two known perspective drawings by Steel of this infamous Brutalist building in Sheffield, designed by Jefferson Sheard in the early 1960's.
A recently identified perspective drawing by Steel, office buildings on the site of the Joshua Tetley Breweries, off Herries Road, Sheffield.
Many thanks to Alastair Wright for this identification.
Destroyed by enemy action on 12 December 1940 with tragic loss of life. the Marples Hotel was re-built and opened 29 April 1959 as a John Smith pub , selling their signature Magnet Ale.
Charles Husband was Steel's most significant patron, principally for perspective drawings of construction work in Sheffield and elsewhere. Husband & Co built modern new premises at 388-90 Glossop Road, Sheffield in the early 1960's, Kenneth Steel prepared this image of their new offices,