A4 delicate illustration of the Pavilion at the Park, Bedford, which has been a very popular spot for refreshments since the park was opened by the Marquis of Tavistock in 1888. There are a few other notable buildings in the park including the Bandstand, Cricket Pavilion, West and East Lodge and Robinson Swimming Pool. Originally the park was enclosed with wrought iron railings which were removed during the 2nd World War for war material – only the elaborate Gates remain at the De Parys entrance.
This print looks wonderful in a square 30cm frame (not included).
A high quality print on Matt Archival paper. (21 x 29.7cm)
I sign each print in the bottom right hand corner. Posted in a board backed envelope and packaged in compostable cellophane, with a grey board backing.