Flourished 1920-1940
Service Vehicles

Ink and red wash on paper
Image size: 18 x 14 inches (45.75 x 35.5 cm)
Art Deco style frame (Image below)
£650

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Reginald Shuffrey

Shuffrey was an important pre-war artist who created advertisements and worked for various contemporary motoring magazines. He was the son of the artist James Allen Shuffrey (1859 – 1939).

As early as 1912 he was working for ‘The Motor’ producing header sketches. He also worked for ‘The Morris Owner’ magazine from April 1924, and did many cover designs for ‘The Autocar’ commencing on 11 November 1927 with an advert for Rugby cars. Shuffrey was also a popular book illustrator of the 1930’s, working on books for Ward Lock publishers and others. He is also noted for his London Underground poster for Speedway events dated 1928.