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Hampton Court Bridge by Peter Taylor Ward
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Hampton Court Bridge Tint - Resin Print Plaque

£39.00

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Hampton Court Bridge Tint depicts a scene a little closer to home! Hampton Court Bridge crosses the River Thames just beside Hampton Court Palace – the palace most associated with King Henry VIII. The King, however, would never have seen this sight as there was no bridge at all until around 1750. In his day, the river was crossed at this point by ferry.

The bridge that we see today is the fourth to be built here and was designed by Surrey county engineer, W. P. Robinson and the architect, Sir Edward Lutyens and was opened in 1933.

Hampton Court Bridge Tint is a digitally coloured charcoal drawing by Peter Taylor Ward. This is the bridge seen from the south side of the Thames looking across to the Mitre Hotel and downstream towards the Palace.

The artwork was reproduced on an 8 colour printer using archival pigment inks. The paper is high quality archival, acid free, 100% cotton inkjet paper. The resulting giclée print is mounted on a 12mm deep board and finished with a thick high gloss, UV resistant Resin coating giving a tile-like appearance.
A recess in the back of the wood panel allows it to hang from a slightly protruding screw head in the wall. No additional fixings are required.
Easel not included. Watermark shown does not appear on the print.

Dimensions 355mm x 165mm x 12mm

Description

Hampton Court Bridge Tint depicts a scene a little closer to home! Hampton Court Bridge crosses the River Thames just beside Hampton Court Palace – the palace most associated with King Henry VIII. The King, however, would never have seen this sight as there was no bridge at all until around 1750. In his day, the river was crossed at this point by ferry.

The bridge that we see today is the fourth to be built here and was designed by Surrey county engineer, W. P. Robinson and the architect, Sir Edward Lutyens and was opened in 1933.

Hampton Court Bridge Tint is a digitally coloured charcoal drawing by Peter Taylor Ward. This is the bridge seen from the south side of the Thames looking across to the Mitre Hotel and downstream towards the Palace.

The artwork was reproduced on an 8 colour printer using archival pigment inks. The paper is high quality archival, acid free, 100% cotton inkjet paper. The resulting giclée print is mounted on a 12mm deep board and finished with a thick high gloss, UV resistant Resin coating giving a tile-like appearance.
A recess in the back of the wood panel allows it to hang from a slightly protruding screw head in the wall. No additional fixings are required.
Easel not included. Watermark shown does not appear on the print.

Dimensions 355mm x 165mm x 12mm

Additional information

Weight 0.6 kg
Dimensions 355 × 165 × 12 mm
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