St Pancras Station Clock Tower reflected in a puddle along the Euston Road. It's hard to believe this building was earmarked for demolition in the 1960's. It's one of the finest examples of Victorian Gothic architecture by Sir George Gilbert Scott and one of my favorites to photograph when the light is just right.
This is printed by the artist to the highest quality using 8 colour archival quality pigment inks and Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta fine art paper. The 15 x 10 inch image is printed on A3 paper leaving approx. 2cm margin on all sides.
This print size and limited edition run is exclusive to Artfinder.
Artwork is signed and numbered by the artist on the front of the print.
Framing and mounting is available. I can also offer larger sizes and different print finishes - please get in touch for a quotation.
Giclee print on 315gsm Hahnemuhle PhotoRag Baryta paper