Woking, The Lightbox, The Ingram Collection: Prints and Printmaking, 1 February – 30 April 2011;
Woking, The Lightbox, John Minton and the Romantic Tradition, 28 January 2017 – 9 March 2017;
London, The Sammy Ofer Centre, London Business School, Metropolis, 23 July 2018 and ongoing
P. Skipwith and B. Webb, Edward Bawden’s London, London 2011 (illustrated, p. 140);
Caroline Bacon and James McGregor, Edward Bawden, Bedford 2008 (illustrated, p. 65)
This work is part of a series of nine colour linocuts of famous London monuments, commissioned by Editions Alecto in 1966 in 4 or 5 blocks on unsized filter paper and printed by the artist at his studio in Brick House, Great Bardfield. Bawden used a variety of techniques on his series including softening the surface of the linoblock with paint stripper and utilising a wire brush to create different surface textures, thus maximising the greys of his palette.