20th Century
St Paul’s Cathedral, North Transept Portico

Oil on canvas
Image size: 24 x 17 3/4 inches (61 x 45 cm)
Contemporary frame


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This is a scene displaying the North Transept of St Paul’s Cathedral. St Paul’s Cathedral, located at the highest point of the City of London, is one of the most famous and recognisable sights in the city. The religious monument is particularly known for its architecture that boasts Neoclassical English Baroque-style elements designed by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London in 1666.


Viviam Bewick

Vivian Bewick was one of the Buckhurst Hill Community Associations (BHCA) most outstanding and long-serving tutors. From the family of Thomas Bewick, the famous 19th Century engraver of birds and animals. It was Vivian Bewick who in 1952 designed, and with his students, carried out a number of murals at Bedford House. Vivian Bewick was one of a group of artists who founded Bedford House after the Second World War.