The South Bank Lion, London

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The South Bank Lion stands at the southern end of Westminster Bridge. Sculptured by William Frederick Woodington in 1837, the Lion originally stood outside Lion Brewery on the Southbank until 1924. The Lion is pictured in front of the London Eye. Limited Edition of 50
W 24.00" x H 16.00"
W 60.96 cm x H 40.64 cm
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About the Artist

I became interested in photography at the age of 18 and taking photos has been an integral part of my life ever since. Photography allows me to expand my perceptions: I'm constantly searching for the beautiful and the exciting. With the camera in my hand I can be curious, I can take an interest i...

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