Oxford Radcliffe Camera Sunrise - Signed Giclee Print by Linescapes
Item number UNIQ-8565
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Beautiful artwork by Amalia Sanchez de la Blanca from her Landmarks range.
Available as an A4 or A3 print or framed print, printed on 300gsm fine art paper. The framed print is framed in a matt black aluminium frame using regular float glass.
The Radcliffe Camera is a building of Oxford University, England, designed by James Gibbs in neo-classical style and built in 1737–49 to house the Radcliffe Science Library. It is sited to the south of the Old Bodleian, north of the Church of St Mary the Virgin, and between Brasenose College to the west and All Souls College to the east.
The library’s construction and maintenance was funded from the estate of John Radcliffe, a notable doctor, who left £40,000 upon his death in 1714. According to the terms of his will, construction only began in 1737, although the intervening period saw the complex purchase of the site. The exterior was complete in 1747 and the interior finished by 1748, although the library’s opening was delayed until 13 April 1749.
Signed Giclée – printed using the highest quality acid-free light-fast archival 300gsm Minuet Cotton Rag. This heavyweight etching board is velvety smooth with a fine surface texture and it is one of the most popular media worldwide for artwork and photography. Using pigment-based UltraChrome and Ultra Violet (UV) inks, the Giclée printing process ensures our prints have superior detail, colours and longevity.
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About The Artist
Linescapes specialises in highly detailed CAD architectural portraits of iconic buildings, architectural landmarks and bespoke commissions. Set up in 2014 by Amalia Sanchez de la Blanca, Linescapes offers a range of architecture-inspired prints, cards and gifts.
The aim is to tap onto people’s emotional relationships with buildings. Architecture can evoke memories, a sense of belonging and relate to our aesthetic sense. That’s why Linescapes collections are constantly growing with drawings of buildings that mean something to people, whether it’s a cultural landmark, an architecturally significant structure or a bespoke house portrait.
Amalia has built a collection of over 40 illustrations which are available from stock. She also carries out commissions for private individuals, professionals and large organisations.
Amalia’s background as an architect and consequent attention to detail and her trademark style ensures that all her products sit well together in an elegant and understated collection.
Linescapes offers a personalised approach to client’s needs and budget. Whether you’re looking to commission artworks, or would like to choose from our catalogue, we’re here to help.
Recent projects include creating a range of products for Sir John Soane’s Museum, The Wallace Collection, Chatsworth House, Lord’s Cricket Grounds and the i360 in Brighton. She is also currently working with the Manchester Art Gallery on a new commission.