Ludgate Hill London
Limited Edition Print
The paintings are scanned in high resolution and then beautifully printed using the Giclee process (Digital Inkjet Archival Print) on Somerset satin enhanced 330gsm paper.
Image size 44 cm x 58 cm / 17"x 23"
Paper size 59 cm x 74 cm / 23"x 29"
Ludgate Hill is the road that leads up to St Pauls Cathedral, near the old Ludgate, a gate to the City that was taken down in 1780. It is late afternoon, the rain has stopped and the traffic builds up for the early evening rush hour. The road is dominated by Wren’s masterpiece St Pauls. In 1666, the Great Fire of London destroyed a large area of the city including St. Paul’s Cathedral. Sir Christopher Wren was given the task of designing and rebuilding St. Paul’s, a task that was to take him thirty-five years to complete.