Prevost Panorama Section Print A3
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A section of the stunning 20 feet wide panorama of London was painted around 1815 by the French artist Pierre Prévost.
Painted as the Napoleonic Wars drew to a close, the panorama is provides a 360° view of London as the Duke of Wellington would have known it. Looking from the tower of St Margaret’s, the church situated in the shadow of Westminster Abbey, we are presented with a sweeping view over a sunlit city. Dominating the foreground is the Abbey and the old Palace of Westminster (the Houses of Parliament), which burnt down in 1834 and includes the medieval House of Lords Chamber, target of the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605.
- Measures A3 (29.5cm x 42cm) with mount.
- Comes mounted in white, and packaged in a clear bag.