Great Pulteney Street Bath - Fantasy #2

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A surreal version of this famous Georgian Bath townscape as it might appear with a Venice style canal running down it. This is from the grounds of the Holburne Museum looking West with the cuppola on the top of the Victoria Art Gallery visible on the left. This magnificent steeet and area (c1788-1820) was designed by Robert Baldwin as Bath's 'New Town' over the other side of Pulteney Bridge from the old city (and also from John Wood's magnificent early Georgian Palladian set pieces of architecture - The Circus, Queens Square and Royal Crescent).
W 18.00" x H 12.00"
W 45.72 cm x H 30.48 cm
Archival Matt Paper
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About the Artist

David Lewis-Baker is a fine artist and photographer, living and working in Bath. He retired as a professor from Warwick University in 2006 and moved to Bath in Somerset to become a full time artist. His limited edition fine art archive prints are in private collections across the UK, Europe an...

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