Wells Cathedral, Somerset, England, 1959/60
An original vintage poster from 1959/60 showing Wells Cathedral in Somerset, England, described as ‘one of the smallest, but one of the most beautiful, of English cathedrals’.
51cm x 76cm
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This was one of the ‘Britain’ series produced by the British Travel and Holidays Association around this time. The printer was Sun Printers of Watford and London. Wells Cathedral, built over more than three centuries of the Middle Ages, is best known for its west façade, seen on the left, which is considered the pinnacle of Early English Gothic style.