Untrodden Snow Within Three Miles of Charing Cross Framed Art Print by McCallum, Andrew

Untrodden Snow Within Three Miles of Charing Cross

This is a high quality framed open edition art print. The frame is a two inch modern black wood frame. The high quality art print is in stock and framed within a business day of order placement. All of our art is Made in the U.S.A. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

  • Color: Modern Black Wood Frame
  • Brand: ArtDirect
  • ASIN: B07N8YBLKX

Charing Cross Bridge, The Thames 20x24 Framed Art Print by Monet, Claude

Charing Cross Bridge, The Thames 20x24 Framed Art

  • ASIN: B01461XCYE
  • UPC: 636947677212

Framed: Tales of the Art Underworld

Framed: Tales of the Art

  • ASIN: 1903813034

Pillory, Charing Cross

Pillory, Charing

A detailed hand colored aquatint from Rudolph Ackermann's The Microcosm of London published in London in 1808-10 by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street. Additional artists and engravers in this publication include: Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) and Augustus Charles Pugin (1762-1832) (after) John Bluck (act. 1791-1819), Joseph Constantine Stadler (active 1780-1812), Thomas Sutherland (1785-1838),J. Hill, and Harraden (aquatint engravers). Overall this print measures 13.5"x11". Rudolph Ackermann (1764-1834) pioneered lithography and produced some of the best early colour printing in Britain , publishing numerous fine illustrated volumes, and magazines . He was born on April 20, 1764 in Stolberg , England. He first apprenticed to his father, a coach-builder, and moved around quite a bit . He first lived in Dresden , then to Paris and eventually to London while still working at coach-building. In 1795 he was married and set up a print shop at 96 The Strand, moving the following year to 101 The Strand . The first major colour plate book he published was The Microcosm of London; (or London in Miniature) which appeared in monthly parts between 1808 and 1810. They were printed on hot-pressed handmade paper, and illustrated using detailed coloured aquatints. The architectural backgrounds...

  • ASIN: B00HEQJQQW

wall26 - Charing Cross Bridge by Claude Monet - Framed Art Prints, Home Decor - 24x36 inches

wall26 - Charing Cross Bridge by Claude Monet

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  • Color: Charing Cross Bridge
  • Brand: wall26
  • ASIN: B01E8RF2CQ

Charing Cross Bridge, Reflections on the Thames 20x24 Framed Art Print by Monet, Claude

Charing Cross Bridge, Reflections on the Thames 20x24

  • ASIN: B01461VKVG
  • UPC: 636947676925

Framed Art Prints - Charing Cross Bridge, 1899 by Claude Monet - Famous Painting Wall Decor - 24"x32" - Natural Wood Finish Frame

Framed Art Prints - Charing Cross Bridge, 1899

Wall26 is a brand specialized in modern home wall decoration print products. The artwork is printed at high resolution to recreate the true colors of the original and is professionally framed in high quality wood frames. The beautifully paired art and frame will make it a perfect choice for wall decoration and home decorations. The framed art prints will arrive ready to hang on the wall.

  • Color: Natural Wood Finish Frame
  • Brand: wall26
  • ASIN: B01326SBEU

Charing Cross Bridge 20x24 Framed Art Print by Monet, Claude

Charing Cross Bridge 20x24 Framed Art Print by

  • ASIN: B01462R168
  • UPC: 636947676864

Who Framed Colin Wallace?

Who Framed Colin

  • ASIN: 0333470087

Kings Mews, Charing Cross

Kings Mews, Charing

A detailed Hand-colored aquatint engraving by William Henry Pyne (1769-1843) from his celebrated book "The History of Royal Residences of Windsor Castle, St. James Palace, Carleton House, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court, Buckingham House and Frogmore.", published in London in 1819. Overll this print measures 11" x 13". William Henry Pyne was an English painter and artist. At an early age, Pyne showed a talent for drawing and painting. After exhibiting at the Royal Academy for a number of years, Pyne's interest turned to book production, and soon became connected with the London publisher, Ackermann. Pyne's finest work was a large, expensive volume entitled, The History of the Royal Residences of Windsor Castle, St. James Palace, Carleton House, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court, Buckingham House and Frogmore., which was illustrated with 100 hand-colored aquatint engravings. The book had some success, but like many other great, illustrated books of the time, The History of the Royal Residences brought Pyne severe financial difficulties. As a result, Pyne spent much time in the King's Bench Prison. Pyne's work is a remarkable pictorial record of the interior decorations and furnishings of Windsor Castle, showing the castle as it was before the architect Jeffrey Wyatville's extensiv...

  • ASIN: B00HDXFX4A
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