287717 Londinium MMXIII Londinium MMXIII

Londinium MMXIII

in Ink by Rebecca Coleman No Artist Reviews
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Deep within the rich archaeological layers of modern London lie the fragile remnants of the ancient city of Londinium. An important city in the Roman Empire, its remains have been punctured and disturbed by the subterranean urban development of the last 150 years. In this imagined scene, some historical icons of Rome collide with the Underground at Kings Cross St Pancras. It's as if the past had somehow seeped into the tunnels... or perhaps as if the Roman Empire had not fallen, and we were living in it still! One of a limited edition of 22, signed and numbered by the artist. Note: actual image size is 30x42cm. Printed on a larger sheet of paper of approx 50x75cm to allow for mounting or framing.
W 12.00" x H 16.00"
W 30.48 cm x H 40.64 cm
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About the Artist

Rebecca Coleman SGFA has exhibited work at some of the country's most iconic artistic locations — including the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts and the Royal West of England Academy — and with distinguished organisations including the Society of Wood Engravers and the Royal Society of British A...

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