Crystal Palace Park Art Print
Crystal Palace Park & Transmitter art print in various colour ways.
Modern travel poster style print of this south London park's terraces and transmitter antenna mast.
Limited edition print in either a pink and green colour way; alternatively turquoise; mustard yellow; or green colour ways.
Hand-pulled location screen print depicting Crystal Palace Park in a bold graphic poster style
Vibrant water-based ink on heavy weight fabriano paper A3 size.
Signed and numbered limited edition run of 150 prints.
Print size 240mm by 354mm
Paper size 297mm by 420mm
Frame size 430mm x 530mm
Available framed or unframed - white frames come as standard, but wood or black colour frames can be requested.
The Crystal Palace was built and designed by Joseph Paxton for the Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, London in 1851. It was rebuilt permanently on the site of Penge Place at the top of Sydenham Hill, south London in 1854 and burnt down in 1936.
The Victorian terraces pictured in the print (situated at the top of Crystal Palace Park) would have led visitors down from the Crystal Palace building to the grounds.
The Crystal Palace television transmitter mast - also depicted in the screen print - was completed in 1956 and was once the highest point in London.
I love the print. The pink colour is even more vibrant than the photo shows. We love it (alongside 2 other local prints that complement the colours so well). Would highly recommend Sinead’s artwork.