I360, Palace Pier, The Bandstand and West Pier Pebble Beach
‘I360, Palace Pier, The Bandstand and West Pier Pebble Beach’
View of the Brighton Promenade and some of the seafront iconic landmarks such as the I360, the Palace and West Piers and the Victorian Bandstand.
Panoramic format. Print size 124 x 30.5 cm approx. Signed print from a limited edition of 100. From original ink drawing to which I apply colour digitally. Printed on fine art paper using archival inks.
More about this print. Iconic landmarks at Brighton Seafront.
Brighton Music Bandstand and other Iconic landmarks
Brighton’s spirit of “Bucket and spade” seaside atmosphere is depicted in this print with the addition of Brighton’s most charismatic landmarks: first on the left corner you can see the British Airways panoramic lift known as the i360 is a 162 m observation tower with commanding views on the English Channel. The tower opened on 4 August 2016. Next to it in the distance you can see the Victorian Brighton Palace Pier. Graham Greene featured this leisure pier in his novel Brighton Rock that somehow still retains the traditional “bucket and spade” seaside atmosphere. The central subject of this print is the famous Brighton Bandstand. Beautiful and unique, The Bandstand, designed by Phillip Lockwood a Brighton Borough Surveyor first opened in 1884 and, the promenade with its distinctive Brighton green painted railing and Chinoiserie style Victorian streetlights.
Print collection Pebble Beach
This print belongs to a tonal collection that I have named ‘Pebble Beach’. Specifically the palette for this collection reflects the variation of colours and tones in the beach pebbles that can be found along the East Sussex Coast. In fact the pebbles are flint, a hard grey rock found in the chalk cliffs. Through natural erosion the flints are released from the cliffs and slowly make their way through to form the pebble beaches.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.