Despite its relatively small size the music room at Plumpton Place is one of Sir Edwin Lutyens’ most noble and succinct creations, a framework of oak, mostly glazed, set on a high stone plinth. The ‘vernacular’ materials belie a seemingly classical inspiration of base and piano nobile combined with a Modernist’s rigorous approach to framed glazing. The whole is unforgettably complimented by its lake-side setting.
The image is c.125x85mm and is produced with the highest-quality archival inks on a textured archival fine art paper to convey all the qualities of the original drawing. The print run is limited to 150 and each print is available unmounted or set in a 12×10″ acid-free mount, a standard size for you to frame as you choose.read more about my papers, mounts and prints here