Chermayeff, Ivan

IVAN CHERMAYEFF The Barchester Chronicles, 1984

Sku: YY3341
Artist: Ivan Chermayeff
Title: The Barchester Chronicles
Year: 1984
Signed: No
Medium: Offset Lithograph
Paper Size: 46 x 30 inches ( 116.84 x 76.2 cm )
Image Size: 46 x 30 inches ( 116.84 x 76.2 cm )
Edition Size: Unknown
Framed: No
Condition: A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling

Additional Details: Very large advertising poster created by Mobil for the seven part series "The Barchester Chronicles". "The Barchester Chronicles" is a historical drama television series based on two novels by Anthony Trollope: "The Warden" and "Barchester Towers." The series originally aired in 1982 on BBC Television in the United Kingdom. It was adapted by Alan Plater and directed by David Giles. Set in the fictional English county of Barsetshire during the mid-19th century, "The Barchester Chronicles" follows the lives and intrigues of the clergy, gentry, and residents of the small cathedral town of Barchester. The series explores themes of social class, morality, and political maneuvering within the ecclesiastical hierarchy. Starring a distinguished cast including Donald Pleasence, Nigel Hawthorne, Alan Rickman, and Susan Hampshire, "The Barchester Chronicles" received critical acclaim for its faithful adaptation of Trollope's novels, as well as for its performances and production values. It remains a beloved classic of British television drama.