Sussex Series: Brighton Pavilion (Small Print)
Fine Art Print, Matte Paper
Limited Edition of 250
One of my Sussex series of landscapes featuring one of the iconic domes of the Brighton Pavilion. Also known as the Royal Pavilion, building began in 1787 on this seaside home for George, Prince of Wales, later the Prince Regent. During World War I it was converted into an army hospital for injured service men, many of whom would have been Indian soldiers fighting alongside the British forces (see The Chattri for more on this story). Today the Pavilion is open to the public and plays host to a number of events throughout the year, including an ice rink each winter. Alongside the Funfair on the Pier, the Pavilion is one of Brighton's most loved landmarks.
Print image is a approximately 13cm x13cm and comes presented in a custom-cut, ivory coloured, Archival matte with an acid-free backing board. Matted size is 22cm (h) x 21cm (w). This print ships flat.
Pair with The Chattri or Brighton Pier to celebrate the many facets of Brighton.