Brighton Brunswick Square Print
The Brighton Brunswick Square print is part of the Sun Collection. Comprising over 60 detailed illustrations of iconic buildings in the UK and around the world, these prints come in a choice of 3 sizes and 4 different colour backgrounds (blue, gold, grey and pink) so you can find the perfect print for your home no matter what your style is. Please choose from the colour chart and size options below.
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.
OPEN EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT – Artwork printed on superlative archival fine art coating on heavy acid-free clean white base. Using pigment-based inks, the prints come with a certified 75 year longevity with excellent image stability and durability. The Giclée printing process ensures our prints have superior detail, colours and longevity.
Prints are made to order so please allow 2-4 working days for despatch.
The listing is for the print only. Frame not included.
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Other sizes available upon request, provided they are kept within the same proportion.
* The colours you see on your screen may not look exactly the same as the actual print. This is because every computer, Smart phone and iPad screen is configured differently. Hopefully you will think the print looks even more beautiful in real life.
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