VINTAGE FRAMED PRINT
OF AN EARLY ENGLISH TOWN SCENE
SHOPS, PERIOD FASHION,
AND PEOPLE GOING ABOUT
THEIR DAILY BUSINESS
Art Work is RIGHT SIDE HEAVY.
The Left Side almost fades to a background.
In the Central focal point of the print,
we can see the different uses of the horse drawn carriage.
We can see it used to carry passengers,
to load shopped goods or merchant goods.
It is also shown as being used to carry something with a shovel on it.
The art work also depicts the earlier English architecture of mixed styles.
It features turrets of buildings & churches, chimneys, brick & stone features,
and exposed timber frames on the exterior of the buildings.
Some shop signage are also featured
as well as the goods of the merchants displayed outside their shops.
This artwork is old, not signed nor dated
but the scene is very much alive with
the hustle and bustle of the town of the early settlers.
It could be of a MEDIEVAL INSPIRATION
as the scene still features probably gas street lamps.
Alot of these features are still very much alive in any Historical English Towns.
It would be a very good day out or a long weekend break
to explore such towns to explore
the RICH ENGLISH ARCHITECTURAL & CULTURAL HERITAGE.
We suggests visiting Hastings Old Town, Rye, Cotswolds, Salisbury, St. Ives,
GUILDFORD and of course LONDON!
Science and Its Times: Understanding the Social Significance of Scientific Discovery. .
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