Baker Street Underground station. London, Great Britain, 2016. Signed, limited edition (30 pieces) with certificate of authenticity. Printed on high quality Hahnemühle Photo Rag photographic paper.
Baker Street is not only known for the 221B, house of the famous Sherlock Holmes! It also hosts a fantastic underground station. I found this during a short business trip I recently did in London. This tube station opened in 1863, as one of the stop of the very first lines. It has since been extended with 3 additional lines. Because of that, its layout is quite complex.
The older platform, pictured here, hosts the Hammersmith and City Line, one of the 2 first lines that opened in 1863. It represents quite well the Victorian architecture that was en vogue then. The pseudo arches with white tiles mimic the light from the outside. Pretty interesting! It’s really a fantastic place that deserves a visit!
Why a print?
Prints are the best way to view a photo. In this digital age we are used to look at everything on screens. Forget about that! A print is palpable, it will stay, and will be an enjoyment for years and years. You will get an actual piece of art that you will enjoy for years and years.
All my prints are original prints, they are not reproductions. They all come controlled after being printed on high quality Hahnemühle Photo Rag fine art paper. I personally sign each of them as proof of their provenance, and of their quality!
All my prints are limited to only 30 units maximum, letting you enjoying an unique product! I want you to enjoy a piece of art that has a real value rather than having mass produced goods.
Each and every print comes with a certificate of authenticity, guaranteeing its value in time. It attests of the quality and the uniqueness of this fine art print.