Watercolour painting by Christina Bonnett
Viewed from the North side of the River Thames, this painting of the iconic power station in Battersea shows the building as it was in 2002 – before the renovation and conversion work started in ernest.
It is available as a high quality Giclée Print on Archival paper.
The picture is supplied mounted and ready to frame.
Post and Packing is extra.
The prints are 31.7cm x 29cm (image size) and the mounted size is 47.7 x 44cm
The original Painting is sold but Prints are available to order.
Battersea Power Station was two distinct coal fired stations built in the 1930s and the 1950s. It supplied power to many homes in London until the station ceased generating electricity in 1983.
Over the years it has become one of the best known landmarks in London and there are numerous images of this ‘upside-down table’ with its four soaring chimneys. The Battersea Power Station was renowned for its lavish Art Deco interior fittings and decor.
It is a Grade II* listed building, but re-development has been allowed and it is nearing completion for housing and commercial use retaining the look of the exterior.