Battersea Power Station by Mike Hall at Of Cabbages & Kings.

Battersea Power Station


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This view of Battersea Power Station in south west London is taken from the opposite bank of the Thames beside the Grosvenor railway bridge.

This iconic brick structure, the largest of its kind in Europe, was designed by Giles Gilbert Scott and built in stages between 1929 and 1955. Its time in service was short-lived; it was decommissioned in 1983 and lay derelict for many years. The building and its surroundings are now in the process of being redeveloped into luxury apartments; this view depicts it as it appeared prior to redevelopment in the summer of 2011.

• Paper is size A4
• Facsimile copy of a pen on paper drawing
• High quality digital print on archival watercolour paper
• Signed in pencil by the artist, with stamp of authenticity on the rear
• Open edition
• Frame not included

This print fits in an A4 frame or a 12" Picture Hanger  - shop for A4 frames here and 12" Picture Hanger's here.


Title: Battersea Power Station

Artist: Mike Hall

Medium: Giclée Print

Size: 210 x 297mm (A4)

Edition: Open Edition

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