Watercolour Painting by Christina Bonnett
The Bandstand, Clapham Common, London, SW4
This is reproduced as a high quality Giclée Print on Archival paper.
Available to order – the print is mounted only and supplied unframed
Post and Packing is extra
The Bandstand was erected in 1890 at the request of local residents as the centrepiece of a new radial path network and has been a popular venu for open air concerts for much of its life.
Reportedly the largest surviving bandstand in the UK, the architect was T Blashill. He worked for the L.C.C. at the time.
Restoration work initiated in 2003 was completed in 2006 and the Bandstand continues to host regular events.