Brutalist London : The National Theatre Illustrated Art Print
Denys Lasdun's National Theatre – one of London's best-known and most divisive Brutalist buildings, is a layered concrete landscape that Prince Charles once described as being like "a nuclear power station". It is formed from two fly towers rising from layered horizontal terraces that wrap around the building, cascading to the river level.
"It exemplifies some of the best aspects of Brutalism: its dynamism, its visceral sense of shock, and the rich, complex and highly contextual spaces it creates." - architectural historian Kester Ratterbury
When it comes to Brutalist architecture, London is home to some of the finest examples on the planet.
Fine art Giclee Prints on Xpression smooth 300gsm thick paper available. (I love this, as the archival inks enhance the colours, on light texture) Reminds me a bit of the texture of concrete. (see last image for Giclee Texture ref)
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- The prints are not framed. Please be aware that colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your monitor settings.