Works are available in the following sizes and editions:
42x42cm (includes 4cm white border). Edition of 25, signed and numbered. £195
80x80cm (includes 10cm white border). Edition of 7, signed and numbered. £795
110x110cm (includes 10cm white border). Edition of 3, signed and numbered. £1,795
Sixteen 42x42cm prints from one county. £1,872 (40% discount over the individual price).
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St Paul’s Cathedral, interior of the dome showing James Thornhill’s painting depicting eight scenes from the life of St Paul whilst continuing an illusion of the real architectural features.
Facade of City Hall, the headquarters of the Greater London Authority designed by Norman Foster
Angel Wing vents for a substation cooling system at Paternoster Square by Thomas Heatherwick
One Canada Square, Canary Wharf
The Cheesegrater, St Paul’s, Shadwell and the Gherkin from Rotherhithe
London City Airport traffic with Royal Wharf Development
Shopping trolley in the Thames, Greenwich
Thames path runs past The River Gardens development
Slice of Reality, Richard Wilson
O2, London formerly the Millennium Dome by Richard Rogers Architects
The Tulip Stairs, Queen’s House, Greenwich
Resting at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich
Cutty Sark, one of the last tea clippers and one of the fastest, floating on a structure by Grimshaw Architects
Riverside Resource Recovery facility in Belvedere, London. A waste to energy plant.
Crossness Pumping Station by Joseph Bazalgette and architect Charles Henry Driver.
Thames Path, Erith.
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I have walked parts of the Thames Path a few times and taken hundreds of photos – I do like your version – more professional
There is such power in symmetry!
There certainly is. Love the stillness in symmetry too