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We offer a wide range of antiquarian and modern pictures.
(All prices include frame, VAT & free local delivery.)

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London & The Thames, 1616
Recent hand-colouring of an engraving attributed to C.J. Visscher.
Giclée-printed to museum standard on heavy cartridge paper

£135



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London Before & After the Great Fire, 1666
Recent hand-colouring of a 17thC engraving by W. Hollar
Giclée-printed to museum standard on heavy cartridge paper
£185



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Views of Greenwich Park, 1558
From “The History of Kent – The Blackheath Hundred”
Recent hand-colouring Giclée-printed to museum standard on heavy cartridge
£185
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Royal Aquatic Excursion to Greenwich
Published to commemorate Queen Victoria’svisit to Greenwich and its Hospital in 1838.This is a fine giclée reproduction, scanned from the rare original & printed on thick cartridge paper. £175
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A View of Greenwich Park
by Thomas Shotter Boys
Modern reprint of a 19C original
(The setting for the Equestrian Events in the 2012 Olympics)
Giclée-printed to Museum standard on heavy cartridge paper
£125
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Montpelier Vale, Blackheath
by Richard Pearson

Beech-framed giclée print
£65

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A View of The Thames & Blackfriars Bridge
by Thomas Shotter Boys
Modern giclée print of a 19th C original
P
rinted to Museum standard on heavy cartridge

 £195

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A View of The Thames & London Bridge
by Thomas Shotter Boys

Modern giclée print of a 19C original
Printed to Museum standard on heavy cartridge

 £195

Other Collectable Prints

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Joan Miro Lithograph: “Summer”

This is one of Joan Miro’s earliest lithographs, first published in issue no. 3 of the exclusive French art & literature quarterly magazine Verve (October 1938) along with three other lithographic interpretations of the four seasons by Chagall, Rattner and Klee. Miro has signed the work in the plate of the original lithograph.
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Joan Miro Framed Lithograph: “Air”

This is believed to be Joan Miro’s earliest lithograph, executed in 1937 and first published in issue no. 1 of the exclusive French art & literature quarterly magazine Verve (December 1937) along with three other lithographic interpretations of the four elements by Léger, Rattner and Borès. Miro has signed the work in the plate of the original lithograph.
These two fine giclée prints on heavy white cartridge paper are reproduced here exclusively at twice the original size,
making the
vibrancy of the colours even more stunning.


£125 (including frame & VAT)

£75 (unframed, inclunding VAT)