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<p>Fairground Attraction<br />
Limited Edition Print. Edition Size: 225<br />
Size (cms) 23 x 47<br />
Framed Price inc. VAT: £250</p>

Fairground Attraction
Limited Edition Print. Edition Size: 225
Size (cms) 23 x 47
Framed Price inc. VAT: £250

<p>Collection Day<br />
Limited Edition Print.Edition Size: 225<br />
Size (cms) 45 x 22<br />
Framed Price inc. VAT: £250.00</p>

Collection Day
Limited Edition Print.Edition Size: 225
Size (cms) 45 x 22
Framed Price inc. VAT: £250.00

<p>Homeward Bound<br />
Limited Edition Print.Edition Size: 225<br />
Size (cms) 30.5 x 20.5<br />
Price inc. VAT: £120.00</p>

Homeward Bound
Limited Edition Print.Edition Size: 225
Size (cms) 30.5 x 20.5
Price inc. VAT: £120.00

<p>School Days<br />
Limited Edition Print.Edition Size: 225<br />
Size (cms) 45 x 22<br />
Framed Price inc. VAT: £250.00</p>

School Days
Limited Edition Print.Edition Size: 225
Size (cms) 45 x 22
Framed Price inc. VAT: £250.00

<p>Ticket to Ride<br />
Limited Edition Print.Edition Size: 225<br />
Size (cms) 25.5 x 40.5<br />
Framed Price inc. VAT: £250.00</p>

Ticket to Ride
Limited Edition Print.Edition Size: 225
Size (cms) 25.5 x 40.5
Framed Price inc. VAT: £250.00

<p>Pleasure Beach<br />
Limited edition print of 95<br />
Imagze size:40.5cm x 28cm<br />
£170 Framed</p>

Pleasure Beach
Limited edition print of 95
Imagze size:40.5cm x 28cm
£170 Framed

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Allen Tortice

Allen was born in 1948, one of 6 children to working-class parents, his father being a miner and his mother a former mill worker. He was educated at Ardsley schools, then went to Bruntcliffe High School. When he left school he went down the pit like his father, and was an apprentice miner. He also attended Wakefield College to study mining engineering, but left to join the Army (R.E.M.E.) where he won the cross rifles for marksmanship on the first shoot!

In 1987 he had his first one-man exhibition which was a sell out on the first day. Allen has always
been drawn to industrial landscapes, feeling that these are disappearing fast, and he tries to capture them before the past is gone forever. He thinks that we must not forget our industrial heritage, for that is what made us great.

His aspiration has been to capture the essence of our country, for this is what he feels is his being. “I believe part of the city can produce powerful images, in the hands of a passionate artist.”