Westoe Netty signed print by Robert OlleyBob Olley's iconic Westoe Netty reproduced by as 40x63cm print and signed by the artist.
Robert "Bob" Olley was born in 1940 in South Shields, on the North East coast of England. He is best known for his painting Westoe Netty (Netty or nettie being a term for toilet in the local Geordie dialect). The painting is a comical picture of the men's urinal that was Westoe Netty.
The lavatories originally stood on Chichester Road near to its junction with Imeary Street and Westoe Road in South Shields.
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|Size||40cm x 63cm|
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