Edinburgh Central Library 1

Edinburgh Central Library 1

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Limited Edition Fine Art Prints:

Each Fine Art Photography Print Size has a Limited Edition of 250. 

Your print is hand signed including Limited Edition Number.

Edinburgh Central Library

The George IV Bridge is an elevated street in Edinburgh, Scotland. Some 300m in length, the bridge was constructed between 1829 and 1832 as part of the Improvement Act of 1827. Named for King George IV, it was designed by architect Thomas Hamilton (1784 - 1858), to connect the South Side district of Edinburgh to the district of New Town.

Two of the Old Town's traditional streets, Old Bank Close and Liberton's Wynd, had to be demolished for the construction of the bridge.The street is home to the National Library of Scotland and the Edinburgh Central Library which was constructed with money provided by the Scottish-born philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie.

Foot of the Edinburgh Central Library, George IV bridge, Black and White photograph of Edinburgh Central Library.

Please Note: The print does not include a frame.

Description: Edinburgh Central Library in Scotland Edinburgh Tourist Attractions Black and White B&W Edinburgh Reflections


Small:

  • Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 250
  • Picture: 300 x 200mm (12" x 7.7")
  • Paper size: 400 x 300mm (16" x 12")
  • 50mm (2") white border around image for mounting

Medium:

  • Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 250
  • Picture: 380 x 280mm (15" x 10.8")
  • Paper size: 500 x 400mm (20" x 16")
  • 60mm (2.4") white border around image for mounting

Large:

  • Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 250
  • Picture: 780 x 480mm (30.7" x 18.9")
  • Paper size: 1000 x 700mm (40" x 28")
  • 110mm (4.3") white border around image for mounting