Angel of The North

This is an original pen and ink drawing by Naomi Blayney. The Angel of the North is a steel sculpture created by Antony Gormley. It is 20 metres high, has a wingspan of 54 metres and weighs 200 tonnes. Construction began in 1994 and was completed in 1998, at a total cost of £1 million, half of which came from the National Lottery. Controversial at first, it has become a well-known and popular addition to the landscape.

Original pen and ink drawing on Archival Paper.

Image size is 33cm x 25.4cm

Mounted in a 7.5cm cream mount with a 1.5cm black inlay.

Framed in a smooth flat matt black frame.