Anne Howeson ‘Each Chartered Street’ (2009)


Anne Howeson ‘Each Chartered Street’ (2009)

Edition Print

Digital print on William Turner Hahnemuhle paper

29 cm x 51 cm

Limited Edition of 50 signed and numbered by the artist

Please note this edition is print on demand, please allow a 3 week window for production and delivery after date of order.


About the print:

This is the Lighthouse Building, near King’s Cross Station, as it was before regeneration. Buddleia grows from the windows and gutters of the old building while commuters go about their daily journeying. The title comes from the first four lines of William Blake’s poem ‘London’: I wander thro' each charter'd street, Near where the charter'd Thames does flow.  And mark in every face I meet Marks of weakness, marks of woe.