From the Little London collection: ‘Celebrate the Big Smoke' with a little piece of art’.
St Paul’s Cathedral is one of Michael's favourite buildings in London, built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1675 and 1710. It’s incredible that it has survived so much over the years and still retained its beauty, standing proudly as the modern skyscrapers spring up around it.
Its ornate design and stunning shape make the cathedral the perfect subject for his art. This piece is created from an original photograph, digitally coloured, and printed on a small sheet of brushed aluminium. Printing on metal makes the colours even more vivid. Using the bright pink shows the cathedral's iconic shape, contrasting against the yellow. The image is floated in a hand-painted wooded box frame.
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