This is an illustration of Harlaxton Manor, a Victorian country house in Harlaxton, Lincolnshire, England. It was built for Gregory Gregory, a local squire and businessman. Gregory employed two of the leading architects of Victorian England, Anthony Salvin and William Burn and consulted a third, Edward Blore, during its construction.
This piece was in ink and materials used were professional grade to ensure sure that your piece of art lasts a lifetime. This artwork A3 in size and is sent unframed and flat ready to be framed. We recommend a brilliant white mount and black frame to make the most of your print.
Prints from the original are A4 in size and printed on Marrutt Archival stock.
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