Royal Albert Hall linocut, limited edition signed original print, roughly A4


An original handmade and signed linocut print of the Royal Albert Hall, London. It is roughly A4 in size.


An original handmade and signed linocut print of the Royal Albert Hall in London.

This is a variable edition of 50. Printed with oil based inks on acid-free paper by rubbing the back of the paper with a baren and a wooden spoon!

The image is just under A4 in size and is signed and editioned in pencil at the bottom by the artist.

It comes ready mounted in soft white with a backing board so all you need to do is frame it and hang it on your wall! It will fit a standard 12″ x 16″ frame (30cm x 41cm – roughly A3). The frames shown in some of the photos are not included but to show how lovely it might look in your house!


This is an original handmade print, not a digital reproduction. As such, each print is likely to differ slightly from the others, each one is unique. Colours may vary slightly between prints and depending on your computer monitor.

The Royal Albert Hall is one of London’s premier concert venues. It is a small arena by modern standards, but a very large theatre – so audiences get a great view of any performance whilst enjoying the atmosphere of a large auditorium.

The Royal Albert Hall was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871, and it was named in honour of her husband Albert. The whole south Kensington area of museums and music establishments was the brainchild of Prince Albert, partially funded by the profits of the Great Exhibition.

I used to work at the Albert Hall as a steward long ago, and it was a great education in classical museum. I also got to see a whole season of the Bolshoi Ballet!

You may also be interested in my linocut of Shakespeare’s Globe in similar colours and the same size.

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