Brighton Brunswick Square Print
In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Brighton had become very fashionable, especially amongst the top tier of British society. The Kemp Town estate there had been a success, and so in 1824 architect Charles Busby entered into an agreement to build houses on land lying at the extreme east of Hove, adjacent to Brighton. Building of the estate began in 1825. The name “Brunswick” was presumably taken from House of Brunswick, a term sometimes used for the House of Hanover, the name of the British royal family at the time. By the late 1940s Brunswick Square itself had become so run-down that the Council was considering wholesale demolition and redevelopment with modern housing.
Signed Giclée – printed using the highest quality acid-free light-fast archival 310gsm Hahnemühle German Etching. This heavyweight etching board is velvety smooth with a fine surface texture and it is one of the most popular media worldwide for artwork and photography. Using pigment-based UltraChrome and Ultra Violet (UV) inks, the Giclée printing process ensures our prints have superior detail, colours and longevity. Prints are made to order so please allow 5-6 working days for delivery.
A4 – 297x210mm A2 – 420x594mm
A3 – 297x420mm A1 – 840x594mm