St Clement Eastcheap by Janet Brooke


Image size 45 x 22cm

Signed Limited edition of 6

Eastcheap was one of the main medieval thoroughfares of London.  The church was destroyed in the fire of London in 1666 and work started on rebuilding it in the 1680’s

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Unframed £250

In stock


St Clement Eastcheap originally was positioned on Eastcheap and St Clements Lane until King William Street was built in the 1880s separating St Clements Lane from Eastcheap.

Janet Brooke is a fellow of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers and she has exhibited internationally. She produces linocut prints of Landmark buildings adored by Londoners. Her series titled ’36 views of Canary Wharf’ is widely acclaimed and a full set of the series is owned by the Museum of London as part of their permanent collection. At Orso Major we have a selection of her prints inspired by the Japanese style of printmaking. The series of City churches when completed will comprise 34 Wren Churches and 2 Hawksmoor. The series was started in 2006 with St Brides Fleet Street and the artist added four new pieces to the series in 2014.



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