The Shard, Art Piece, London Artwork, Wall Art
The Shard Art piece is the perfect gift for anyone who live in London or has happy memories in London, potentially dining at the top of the Shard, looking over the River Thames. This 72 Storey skyscraper is the tallest building in the UK and hence provides some absolutely amazing views of London. This piece of art is extremely detailed with a fine crosshatching technique to show the materiality of the shard and the shadows it creates. This would be a great piece for any modern home with its elegant black and white design making it extremely versatile to pair with different home décor styles.
The Shard is the tallest building in the UK and the 2nd tallest free standing structure in the UK with it being second to the Emley Moor transmitting station. Due to its size and potential human load, the foundations of the building had to be extremely deep and carefully considered by the architect and engineers. Construction began in 2009 and finished in 2012, this then opened in 2013 after risk assessments and careful consideration of the safety of the building.
Original art pieces are the best way to catch the character of the building and the drawing style. Faint pencil lines may be seen in some original drawings, however, this simply add story and process to an art piece. Originals are all ‘one off’ drawings however the artist retains the right to the copyright of the piece and is still able to sell prints of the piece.
This artwork is an A4 piece, 210mm x 297mm. You will receive a high quality Original piece which is framed with a Black Gallery frame (including a white mount).
Hewitt Sketches provides premium quality artwork for your every need. Our process is clear, professional and sustainable and will look beautiful in your home, irrespective of the style as architecture and line art is timeless. Immerse yourself in the detail and quality of the illustrations with every piece signed, professionally checked and reviewed at every stage of its creation.
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