This is a black pen illustration of St Stephen's Basilica in Budapest, Hungary. Named after Saint Stephen I; the first King of Hungary, it is both the third tallest church in the country and the second tallest building in Budapest after the Hungarian Parliament Building. With beautiful neo-classical architectural style and a Greek Cross ground plan, it is one of the city's biggest tourist attractions.
The detail within the drawing includes both bell towers, dome and cupola, as well as the entrance that can be seen on the western façade.
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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