'Bank looking towards the Mansion house' a hand coloured lithograph by Thomas Shotter Boys published in 1842 as one of the series 'London as it is'. Mounted in window mount and framed and glazed. Overall dimensions 23 by 19 inches.
View of the south front of the bank from the corner of Bartholomew Lane, looking west part of the Mansion House on the right, the spire of St Antholin on Budge Row just to the right in foreground to right the Bank beadle gives directions to a countrified pair, building works taking place on the left, a small crowd outside bank.
This print was made not long after Sir John Soane's masterpiece, the Bank of England, had been completed. Almost without a doubt Britains most famous neo classical architect a museum named after him, which is a treasure house of his work, is located in Holborn, London.
For reference see example of this print held by the British museum - Museum number 1880,1113,3665.1
Price £140 €161.00 $182.06