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.
Choose from the single and more frame combinations. Please refer to the DIMENSIONS below.
Prints on high quality matte finish canvas.
Frames come ready to hang on the wall.
Choose from the following framing types:
1. Mounted Artwork
Mounted on a wooden frame.
High quality canvas stretched on a wooden frame.
2. Mounted Artwork with Black Frame
High quality canvas stretched on a wooden frame and accented by a black frame all around.
Single Frame Medium: 36"W x 24"H
Single Frame Large: 54"W x 30"H
Triple Frames: 18"W x 30"H Each
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