£100

London Houses Of Parliament

Pen and Ink drawing of iconic London views. I have drawn The Houses of Parliament, St Pauls Cathedral, Tower Bridge, Nelsons Column, The Palace of […]
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£595

Urban Landscape – Industries

The picture was made using various layers of color, starting from a base of acrylic ground on which paper elements have been applied to create […]
£499

Afternoon In The Square

This is the main square of San Gimignano, a small medieval town in Tuscany. In the afternoon the old towers and walls of the buildings […]
£500

London River Thames at Wapping

London’s River Thames winding west, 2016 £500 Oil painting, Canvas One of a kind artwork Size: 59.99 × 50.01 × 1.5 cm (unframed) / 59.99 […]
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£400

Wapping To Canary Wharf

‘A view from Wapping To Canary Wharf’ is a patchwork abstract oil painting of an elevated Wapping view looking east to Rotherhithe and then onto […]
£500

Street People

This is a painting from 2009 that I painted in watercolors. Now I rivisited the same theme using acrylics on canvas. Originally the painting was […]
£450

Frozen Music #14

Light, God’s eldest daughter, is a principal beauty in a building. Thomas Fuller
£200

Frozen Music #18

Forests were the first temples of God and in forests men grasped their first idea of architecture. James C. Snyder
£450

Frozen Music #17

A real building is one on which the eye can light and stay lit. Ezra Pound
£200

Frozen Music #16

A doctor can bury his mistakes, but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines. Frank Lloyd Wright
£200

Frozen Music # 13

When I am asked what I believe in, I say that I believe in architecture. Architecture is the mother of the arts. I like to […]
£200

Frozen Music #11

Which of my photographs is my favourite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow. Imogen Cunningham
£450

Frozen Music #3

Architecture is the constant fight between man and nature, the fight to overwhelm nature, to possess it. The first act of architecture is to put […]
£200

Frozen Music #4

Wherever there is light, one can photograph. Alfred Stieglitz