Houses of Parliament london print

 

 

The Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster has been the seat of government since the early part of the eleventh century but not until 1547 did it become the permanent home of  Parliament. The present neo-Gothic buildings, dating from about 1850, are the work of Sir Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin replacing the earlier structure which was almost totally destroyed by the fire in 1834.

 

THIS PAINTING IS AVAILABLE AS A LIMITED EDITION PRINT

All prints are signed and limited to 195.

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