Created for the V&A Shop to celebrate the opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter. The print reimagines the interior of The Great Exhibition of 1851.
The Great Exhibition in 1851 was the first international exhibition of manufactured products. It was organised by Henry Cole and Price Albert, and held in a purpose - built Crystal Palace in Hyde Park. Many of the objects in the Exhibition were used as the first collection for the South Kensington Museum which opened in 1857 and later became the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Limited edition archival giclée print
Printed in England, using the highest quality archival paper (Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 300 gsm) and highest quality inks (giclée), to ensure you are able to enjoy your print for years to come.
Size: A2 - 594 mm x 420 mm
Edition of 75, signed and numbered by the artist.
Your artwork will be printed and shipped within 7 days. It will arrive safely in a hard cardboard tube.
We use conservation standard framing which means that all the “supports” such as tape, board, back mount etc. are ph neutral, i.e. acid free, to ensure your print is well protected.
Our frames are bespoke modern frames with two options of mount. Classic mount or float mount. For more information on our frames and mounts click here
Framing takes about 10-14 days.
Limited edition prints, unframed - World wide free delivery
Framed limited edition prints - London: £20
Framed limited edition prints - UK: £50
Framed limited edition prints - rest of World: £150