River Thames, London
River Thames, London
Limited edition architectural illustration of the River Thames, as seen from the Shard building.
This truly beautiful and detailed piece took over 50 hours to complete, covering the whole of London from London Bridge to Canary Wharf and beyond!
This hand-drawn artwork captures the tranquil beauty of the River Thames in London with exquisite detail. The use of delicate pen strokes creates a sense of movement and depth, bringing the flowing water and surrounding architecture to life. The piece showcases the city's historic and picturesque charm, making it a stunning and timeless representation of London's iconic river.
Small - No Frame. 23cm X 23cm (9’x9’)
Small - With Frame. 26cm X 26cm (10’x10’) X 2.5cm (1’) Depth
Large - No Frame. 50cm X 50cm (20’x20’)
Large - With Frame. 53cm X 53cm (21’x21’) X 2.5cm (1’) Depth
All our materials are sourced ethically from selected manufacturers in the UK.
All hand-drawn illustrations are printed on 300gsm Italian watercolour parchment, using the highest
quality liquid ink. (Fedrigoni Tintoretto Gesso printed on an Indigo 7800 digital press).
Wrapped MDF frame in a ‘Woodgrain Black finish’ or ‘Smooth Matt White finish’, fitted with 2mm
perspex and an MDF back board. Frames are supplied with integrated hanging clips for simple,
hassle-free hanging on a picture hook or nail.
Computer-cut picture mounts with a bevel cut aperture made from the highest quality, 1.4mm thick white core mount board.
MEET THE ARTIST ROBERT KANN
My name is Robert Kann, but please call me Bob. I am a fully qualified architect, and an enthusiastic illustrator. I live and work in the beautiful World Heritage City of Bath; the city I've called home for the past 7 years, and the source of inspiration for a lot of my work.
I started Pitch26 in September 2013 in order to pursue a life of personal and creative freedom; I take immense pleasure in meeting interesting and varied people, and it is an honour that some of you buy into my style, and allow my creations to grace your walls and mantelpieces.