St. Paul's Cathedral Dome - London Greeting Card
This London greeting card features a mixed media painting of St. Paul's Cathedral Dome. This London landmark has stood for generations. It was constructed in the late 17th century following the fire of 1666 which destroyed much of London including the predecessor to the current cathedral. The dome was the crowning achievement of architect Sir Christopher Wren. But it was controversial in his time. It was unlike other English architecture of its day and some considered it "too Catholic" for their taste. So determined was Wren he had much of the dome built under wraps and out of sight. Today it's truly hard to imagine the London skyline without St. Paul's Cathedral dome.
The artwork on this card captures a brightly lit day with sunlight illuminating the lines of the dome and all its details. A beautiful choice of images that is suited for Anglophiles, people who love London, and of course those of us who admire brilliant architecture.
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About Greeting Cards
Greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. Each card comes with a white envelope.
These greeting cards may be ordered as a single card or in packs of 10 or 25 cards. If you would like to order cards in greater quantities or with other customization, send me a message.