A view of the iconic Tower Bridge in London, taken from the south bank outside City Hall. Tower Bridge is over 120 years old and was originally built to ease traffic and maintain boat access with a moveable roadway. It has become one of London's most iconic landmarks. The bascules (the part of the bridge that raises and lowers) were steam powered until 1976 when they were changed to oil and electricity power. When it was built the bridge had the biggest and most sophisticated bascule system in the world. The bridge is still raised and lowered multiple times a day, with the schedule posted online.
This is a digitally-printed reproduction of an original pen on paper drawing.
• 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.