In 1864 Francis Fowke (architect), won a competition to design the Natural History Museum. When he unexpectedly died a year later, the relatively unknown Alfred Waterhouse took over and came up with a new plan for the site. The result was one of Britain’s most striking examples of Romanesque architecture, which is considered a work of art in its own right and has become one of London's most iconic landmarks. While the building reflects Waterhouse’s characteristic architectural style, it is also a monument to Owen’s vision of what a museum should be. This frame showcases the building's gallery ceiling, adorned with 162 intricate tiles displaying a vast array of plants from all over the world.
2. Mounted Artwork with Black Frame
Single Frame Medium: 36"W x 24"H
Single Frame Large: 54"W x 30"H
Triple Frames: 18"W x 30"H Each