Ceramic mural of brightly coloured fish. It is composed of large square chunky tiles with moulded reliefs of multicoloured fish and other sea-life. Whole forms a large underwater scene which fills the trapezium shaped space on the wall supporting two flights of steps, one going down on either side. The fish are mostly quite big, running across several tiles which have quite wide spaces between them. One fish wears a top hat. The wall runs into a flower bed at its foot, planted with shrubs which are growing up wall and will obscure or damage mural if not checked.
Many-coloured fish and sea-life.
|Elfrida Rathbone Society, None||Artist|
|Part of work||Material||Dimensions|
|Mural||Large ceramic tiles||169cm high x 1110cm wide x 8cm deep|
PMSA recording information
|Precise location||On riverside walkway, part of Dockyard housing estate, at base of split stairway leading down from housing to walkway|
|A-Z ref||79 4K|
|Date of design||1984-86|
|Year of unveiling||?1985|
|Duty of care||None|
|Listing status||Don't know|
|At risk?||At Risk|