British artist Graeme Lothian range of
Kent country scenes in oil paintings and giclee canvas print editions.
Graeme Lothian's paintings include aviation and maritime art and his
paintings are collected worldwide, available only from Art Pictures.
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Henley Regatta 2003 by Graeme Lothian.
Item Code : GL0021
Henley Regatta 2003 by Graeme Lothian. - Editions Available
The Thames Looking Towards St Pauls by Graeme Lothian.
Seen from the Royal Festival Hall the Oxo Tower stands on the South Bank. On the north side can be seen St Pauls Cathedral, which was finished in 1710. Also Sion College and HMS President. Pleasure craft and working boats continuously make their way up and down the Thames which is tidal. In front of the Oxo Tower during the summer weekends , when the tide is out, hundreds of people gather to picnic or kick a ball around.
Item Code : GL0009
The Thames Looking Towards St Pauls by Graeme Lothian. - Editions Available
Tower Bridge and Tower of London by Graeme Lothian.
Opened in 1894 and measuring 800 feet between the two towers, which house the machinery for raising the bascules (each weighing about 100 tons) in 90 seconds. The upper walkway is open to the public. To the left is the Tower of London started by William the Conqueror in 1078. It has been a fortress, royal residence, an arsenal and, more famously, a prison.
Item Code : GL0042
Tower Bridge and Tower of London by Graeme Lothian. - Editions Available
Thames View from the top of St Pauls by Graeme Lothian.
Built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675 and finished 35 years later to replace the earlier one which was destroyed by fire in 1666. Its 365 foot high dome is only slightly smaller than St Peters in Rome. Viewed from the top looking west one can see the bend in the River Thames. Below is Blackfriars Bridge, opened by Queen Victoria in 1869. The south bank view includes the Royal Festival Hall and Oxo Tower complexs. In the distance Waterloo Bridge and Charing Cross railway station can be viewed as can the London Eye and parts of the Houses of Parliament.
Item Code : GL0028
Thames View from the top of St Pauls by Graeme Lothian. - Editions Available