Buy this unframed: 33cm x 22cm (not including the white boarder paper) giclee print. See below for Additional Information.
The Bakers Arms, Walthamstow?
The Bakers Arms pub (now sadly a betting shop) was itself named after the almshouses approximately 100 yards further south in Lea Bridge Road.
They were built between 1857 and 1866 by the Master Bakers’ Benevolent Institution (now the Bakers’ Benevolent Society) for “any respectable member of the baking trade fallen into poverty, eligible according to the rules, or to the widow of such”.
The 52 alms houses were built on three sides of a square, with turrets at the angles, in the Italianate style by the architect Thomas Edward Knightley.
|Delivery and shipping:||
Once ordered I will try to deliver the print within ten working days. The prints are supplied in a tube. Price does not include shipping. This is added at the ‘Basket’ stage.
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50 prints only, each individually signed and numbered.
33cm x 22cm (not including the white boarder paper) giclee print.
|What is a giclee print?||
Giclee is a very high quality print process used by galleries and artists for exclusive limited editions. This Giclee process uses 12 true pigment artist colours (ultra marine, ochre etc) rather than the standard four dye colours in normal printing, so Giclee delivers greater depth in colour, tonal values and no yellowing over time.