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Good bye London bridge art print illustration colourfully and stylishly tells the story of selling the London bridge in 1968. The bridge was built and opened in 1831, but it was the busiest point in London, 8000 pedestrian and 900 vehicles crossed every hour, so subsequent surveys showed that the bridge was sinking. The bridge needed to be removed and replaced. In 1967 the Common Council of the city of London placed the bridge on the market and began to look for potential buyers.  It was sold to an American oil tycoon Robert P McCulloch


This colourful and vibrant fine art print illustration is a wonderful gift for those who likes to bring a lot of colour and warmth to their home, office or studio. Also it is a great and original souvenir for those who enjoy collecting art to hang on their walls.

Good Bye London Bridge

  • Printed on archival matt paper

    Glicee art print

    Size A 4 and A3 art print

    Unframed, unmounted

    Illustrated by Rosa Brown in her very unique colourful style 

    Packed in a cellophane bag with backing board

    Designed, printed and packed in my own studio in the UK

    All art prints are illustrated and created in our own studio 

    Hand brushed signed print

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