For a Brighton Girl



For a Brighton Girl

Brighton Girls: The Hive and The Old Vicarage buildings as designs for tea mugs in a colourful display.

Digital pigment print from original ink drawings. Printed on fine art paper using archival inks. Available in sizes A0,A1, A2, A3 or A4 as limited editions of 100. Each print is individually signed and numbered.

The Temple

The Temple was built in 1819. Very likely  Amon Wilds designed it for Thomas Read Kemp. The Building had originally a square plan with 5 bays on each side, and 2-storeyed with the domed upper storey. It became a boys’ school in 1828; the present first floor on the original building dates from before 1876; the wing to the south-west corner was added, as the inscription records, for the Girls Public Day School Company in 1891.

Only the east and north sides of the building retain the beautiful original ground-floor treatment of 5 arcaded bays with flat-arched windows set back under a round-arched arcade with paired engaged columns which taper downwards and have Egyptian bud capitals of exaggerated form

According to Carder T: The Encyclopaedia of Brighton: Lewes: 1990- The Temple has been built on the exact measurements of Solomon’s Temple and so is called “The Temple”. 

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Dimensions N/A
Print sizes: standard landscape

Art print A0 size landscape, Art print A1 size landscape, Art print A2 size landscape, Art print A3 size landscape, Art print A4 size landscape


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