Artist's description:

The Trellick Tower stands tall above West London, a homecoming marker. This photo was taken from the top. Up there, London lies spread out below; familiar places take on a different form and the interrelationships between different parts of the city become apparent. New patterns emerge, too. The first time I went up, I was struck by the sea of roofs and their chimneys and imagined a time when each house would have coal fires burning day and night. No wonder this place was named the Big Smoke.

Limited edition digital Giclée print on Epson archival paper.

Unless you have a specific request, I use the same frame and mount for all my photographs; whilst I have some framed works in stock, I print and frame most works to order, hence the photos of the frame are generic (please see additional images).

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London rooftops (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Charles Brabin from United Kingdom

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