Greenway House travel poster and seaside print by Becky Bettesworth... Forming part of a series, Greenway House is created by award wining Devon artist Becky Bettesworth. Becky's vintage style seaside prints and posters are reminiscent of the classic 1930s railway travel posters. The former home of 'The Queen of Crime' Agatha Christie, now managed by the National Trust is the perfect setting to depict a bygone era. Becky has captured the beautiful Georgian house surrounded by its equally stunning riverside gardens. Since exhibiting her series of Greenway pictures in the Spring of 2013, Becky's career has been expanding ever since around the local areas she loves. Greenway can be accessed many ways, but for the more adventurous try the river boat, the vintage 1940s bus or the Dartmouth Steam Railway.
Greenway House travel poster and seaside print by Becky Bettesworth
We offer both the A4 print and A2 poster, unframed. Please select size required from the drop down menu.
Becky is a renowned artist based in Torquay, on the South Devon Coast. Becky's work draws inspiration from the classic railway posters of the 1930s. Her vintage seaside posters are modern and fresh, showing a place off at its best, without the fuss and rush of the modern world. Becky draws her inspiration from a time before the current obsession with the latest gadgets and gizmos - that idealistic notion of life drifting at an easier slower pace.