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Trowbridge B&W Boadicea & Big Ben

Delivery: 2 - 4 Weeks

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    Trowbridge B&W Boadicea & Big Ben

    Product Code TA_591_965
    Brand Trowbridge
    Usually dispatched within 2 - 4 Weeks


  • Delivery Information
    This item will be ordered from the supplier so the following
    service is available:
    UK Standard Delivery 2 - 4 Weeks £4.95

    If your final order is a combination of items which
    are ready to be dispatched and items that need to be
    ordered from the supplier, you will be able to choose
    a service for multiple consignments at the checkout.


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A photograph from 1950 taken by Philip Gedreau of the statue of Queen Boadicea riding her chariot in front of Big Ben, London. Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni tribe of ancient Britons, famously rebelled against the Roman occupation of Britain and led an uprising against them in around AD 60.  She has come to represent a spirit of British identity and heroism and her statue depicts a woman of indomitable strength and courage.

Black and White photography

This photograph is presented in a wonderful silver leaf frame that has been hand applied by skilled craftsmen. The understated, graphic beauty of black and white photography has long been appreciated by discerning art lovers - it works perfectly in sophisticated contemporary interiors. Like all art, Trowbridge's outstanding photographic images generate an emotional response; each photograph conveys a specific mood to the viewer that can be used to enhance or create the desired mood within a room setting. 

This photograph can be made to order, and tailored to fit any specific individual requirements.

High Quality Prints

Trowbridge produce some of the finest quality prints available. They are the preferred choice for many high-end decorators, and their prints adorn the walls of some of the most luxurious houses in the country.