Angel of the North Prints

£75.00

Image size: 320.00 x 620.00 mm

Signed limited edition of 250

The Tyne Bridge used to be the symbol of the North East which people looked to, as they travelled home. Now it’s the Gateshead Angel of the North as they drive past along the A1.

This iconic image was created by the artist Anthony Gormley and was erected in 1998.

Other sizes available please Contact

 

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The Angel of the North Print

The Angel of the North Print is the symbol of the North East which people looked to, as they travelled home.

It used to be the Tyne Bridge now it’s the Gateshead Angel as they drive past along the A1. Original paintings and limited edition prints of the Angel of the North from various angles. All the prints are signed and numbered by the artist. The large selection of Angel prints are available from Alan Reed gallery in Ponteland.

This iconic image was created by the artist Anthony Gormley and was erected in 1998.

Other sizes available please Contact Alan Reed on 01661 871800

Visit the Angel

The Angel of the North is free to visit and is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Visit the Angel By Bus

Frequent buses run from Newcastle Eldon Square and Gateshead Interchange every seven minutes at peak times to the Angel of the North.

Visit the Angel By Car

From the North: Heading south on the Western Bypass, continue past Newcastle and Gateshead. Take the slip road marked Wrekenton and Birtley and continue to the main roundabout, then take the A167 exit signed Gateshead South. Travel a few hundred yards and the Angel of the North site is on your left.

From Central Gateshead: Head south on the A167 (Durham Road) to Low Fell. Continue through Low Fell until you reach dual carriageway. Keep travelling south until you reach main roundabout leading to the A1. Drive round the roundabout and take exit back to Gateshead South. Travel for a few hundred yards and the Angel site is on your left.

From the South: From the A1M take exit for the A167 (Gateshead South) about a mile past the Washington Service Station and continue until the main roundabout and take A167 turn off. Travel a few hundred yards and the Angel site is on your left.

Parking

  • There is space for 26 cars plus four disabled bays at the Angel of the North
  • There is an area to accommodate two coaches
  • Cycle parking stands are available.

 

 

Additional information

Weight 1.00 kg
Dimensions 1.00 × 620.00 × 320.00 cm

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