London in the fog. For great things to do in London click on the image

Great picture in The Times from top of London's new tallest building, Renzo Piano's "The Shard". Crane operator's view of City of London.

Parliament View by Paul Kenton - 2

Parliament View by Paul Kenton - 2 Wax resist inspiration Tired work inspiration

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Paul’s and Ludgate Hill London England by William Logsdail, circa 1884

El Londres de Peter Pan

Victorian London

"Matte Painting for the background of Annie Leibovitz Photo "Peter Pan", that was part of a campain for Disney Parks. Wallpaper and background photos of London Rooftops for fans of Classic Disney images.

Discovered his drawings doing A level art embroidery based on the home front in ww2... HM was an official war artist & recorded the underground shelters during the blitz.

Henry Moore: a monument to British art

Henry Moore OM, CH Tube Shelter Perspective 1941 Pencil, ink, wax and watercolour on paper support: 483 x 438 mm frame: 750 x 695 x 25 mm Presented by the War Artists Advisory Committee de la Piedra Pinit.

St Paul's Cathedral - Edward Bawden

Some images from Edward Bawden’s London a book recieved this week at Special Collections St Paul’s Cathedral, linocut 1966

Layered images series by Idris Khan. Reminds of charcoal drawings, doesn't it?

Idris Khan Rising Series & Layered Images

One of a series of views along the Thames, John Virtue’s monochromatic landscape shows the dome of St Paul ’s Cathedral set against a white background. He employs various painting methods, using different tools that include brushes, rollers and spray guns.    Diane, a member of staff, said this 'stopped me in my tracks when I saw it displayed in the State Rooms lobby whilst rushing by one day.'

John Virtue - Landscape 2004 White acrylic, black ink, shellac and emulsion on canvas height: cm, width: cm

St Pauls forever - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire   I really like the lines and intricate detail available. Its eye catching and beautiful to look at.

Stephen Wiltshire is an artist who draws and paints detailed cityscapes. He has a particular talent for drawing lifelike, accurate representations of cities, sometimes after having only observed them briefly.

1931: A group of gents enjoy an impromptu snowball fight in the serene and stately setting of a still and snow covered Trafalgar Square, London.

23 Vintage Photos of People Having Fun in the Snow

A group of gents enjoy an impromptu snowball fight in the serene and stately setting of a still and snow covered Trafalgar Square, London. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images).

Henry Moore, Row of Sleepers 1941 © The Henry Moore Foundation

Henry Moore, Row of Sleepers 1941 © The Henry Moore Foundation.All Rights Reserved, DACS

Sleeping Shelterer, Henry Moore, pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon, watercolour wash, gouache

Sleeping Shelterer, Henry Moore, pencil, wax crayon, coloured crayon, watercolour wash, gouache

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