St Paul's upper west facade, London
Original painting by Alan Harris, contemporary British artist,
Acrylic on canvas 12x16" Framed size 15" x 19"
A painting featuring St. Paul’s Cathedral, Sir Christopher Wren’s architectural masterpiece, and one of the most iconic churches in London. St. Paul’s Cathedral was officially completed in 1711. The West Front of St. Paul’s is considered the main entrance with a 30 feet high Great West Door which is only opened for special occasions. Powerful and evocative this artwork can be a wonderful, stunning centre piece to any home.
This painting, gives a personal touch to your spaces, creating a personal and intimate environment, coziness, and comfort to your home.
Alan Harris works with a variety of mediums and subjects, oils, watercolours, pastel, mixed media, and sculptures.
Some comments on Alan's work: "There is something about viewing Alan's painting, that has a peaceful, calm, force about it. It slows the senses, so the dreams that come will hold our ability to drift off into that peacefulness!!"
W 38.00 cm x H 49.00 cm
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About the Artist
" My work is my life, each piece is like a diary of my emotions and feelings on my journey through time. " Born in 1950s London, Alan has always had a flair for being creative. He attended Strand Grammar where, like most schools of the time, academic discipline was paramount. “My intere...