Matthew Ensor’s entire childhood revolved around football. The youngest of three ‘football mad’ brothers whose father played for West Bromwich Albion, Matthew played semi-professional football for a short time and it was not long before his two passions,football and art combined

Studying at Birmingham, Leeds, and The Slade School of Fine Art, Matthew Ensor’s reputation continues to grow with examples of his work in many public and private collections, including The Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art, The Professional Footballers Association, The Pamela Stephenson/Billy Connolly Collection and the National Footbal Mueseum .A former printer, sign writer, toy designer, illustrator, and Senior Lecturer in Art and Design, Ensor now exhibits his work with galleries and art fairs throughout Europe.


England’s Glory
England’s Glory
'England's Glory' by Matthew Ensor, published to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of England's 1966 World Cup Framed Silkscreen print, limited to 100 copies The original of this print hangs in the National Football Museum, Manchester [space_20] Image Size: 38cm x 53.5cm Outside Frame Size:  58.5cm x 72cm [space_20] This silkscreen print is conservation mounted and available  in black, painted white and oak frames [space_20] [space_20]
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