This is London by Miguel Freitas
Miguel represents the whimsical art of London’s iconic 19th-century landmarks and more.
Highest pigment archival inks and finished with a UV protective coating-quality limited edition giclee on canvas, hand-signed and numbered by Miguel.
Limited Edition on Canvas (Available in 4 Sizes)
SN - Edition Size: 95
Image Size: 15" x 24"
Image Size: 19" x 30"
Image Size: 23" x 37"
Image Size: 28" x 44"
Artist Proof - Embellished
AP - Edition Size: 10
Image Size: 28" x 44"
Come with Certificate of Authenticity
London's cherry red double-decker bus is practically a national symbol. The most famous model of the double-decker is the Routemaster, which debuted in 1956.
London’s iconic 19th-century landmark was designed by Sir Horace Jones. Still operational, the bridge is raised approximately 850 times a year. Non-acrophobic can traverse the new glass-floor walkway to experience incredible bird’s-eye views of the city.
The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
Weighing in at 13 tons, the clock tower’s bell was cast in 1858 by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry.
Old Royal Naval College
The Christopher Wren–designed college is the focal point of the historic district of Maritime Greenwich, which is situated along the River Thames. In 1997, UNESCO named the London borough a World Heritage site.
St. Paul's Cathedral
Another historic Sir Christopher Wren Building, the cathedral, is a prime example of English Baroque architecture. St. Paul’s is also home to several murals, mosaics, and sculptures, including Henry Moore’s 1983 work Mother and Child: Hood.
Richard Rogers’s slim and elegant skyscraper at 122 Leadenhall Street was opened in 2014. Currently, the tallest building in The Square Mile, the structure—unofficially nicknamed the Cheesegrater—is angled at 10 degrees to protect the skyline views of neighboring architectural landmarks like St Paul’s Cathedral.
One of London’s most visited attractions, the London Eye—or Millennium Wheel—is a monumental Ferris wheel offering views of the River Thames. It’s the world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel and features a 4-D cinema and Champagne bar.
30 St. Mary Axe
Nicknamed the Gherkin (a British colloquialism for pickle) in reference to its rounded form, Foster + Partners’ Stirling Prize-winning construction was built in 2004. Standing 41 stories high, the environmentally-conscious building was commissioned by reinsurance provider Swiss Re.