St. James’s Park, London, UK (1660)
St James's Park is the oldest of London’s eight Royal Parks and is at the heart of ceremonial London, providing the setting for pageants such as the annual Trooping the Colour from Buckingham Palace. It was once a swampy wasteland before being acquired in 1532 by Henry VIII to create a deer park for hunting. During the reign of Charles II it was redesigned by French landscaper Andre Mollet and opened to the public, an example of noblesse oblige.

Simon Roberts

Print Only: $2,500.00
Framed Print: $2,695.00
Print Size: 1080x810 mm
Frame Size: 1140x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315gsm
Frame Colour: White
Exhibit: POS SR 295 03

 

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St. James’s Park, London, UK (1660)

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St James's Park is the oldest of London’s eight Royal Parks and is at the heart of ceremonial London, providing the setting for pageants such as the annual Trooping the Colour from Buckingham Palace. It was once a swampy wasteland before being acquired in 1532 by Henry VIII to create a deer park for hunting. During the reign of Charles II it was redesigned by French landscaper Andre Mollet and opened to the public, an example of noblesse oblige.

Photographer:
Simon Roberts

Print Only: $2,500.00

Framed Print: $2,695.00

Print Size: 1080x810 mm

Frame Size: 1140x870 mm

Exhibit: POS SR 295 03

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