St. Paul's Cathedral, London, England illustration
This is a black pen illustration of St Paul's Cathedral in London, England. Dating back to the late 17th Century and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, this beautiful piece of architecture was designed in English Baroque style and its dome is among the highest in the world making it one of London's most popular tourist attractions.
This drawing pays great attention to detail on the dome, as well as the Classical style windows and balustraded balcony known as the 'Stone Gallery'.
Giclée print made in Britain on Canson Aquarelle Rag 310gsm museum grade white textured card with warm undertones.
The original illustration uses black ink fineliner on heavyweight paper.
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Hand drawn in Britain by Sofia at ink & white