A selection of the very many fabulous doors and door surrounds in historic Bristol.
A3 poster printed on a smooth, heavyweight, 100% cotton matt archival art paper with a faint raised texture. Size A3, 30cm width x 42cm height which fits a standard A3 frame or an A2 frame with an A3 mount. Sold unframed and posted flat.
- Clifton Down
- Camden Terrace
- Freeland Place
- Corn Street
- Queen Square
- Queen Square
- Sion Hill
- Wellington Terrace
- King Street
Many of these doors date from the period of Georgian architecture (about 1720–1840), the main architects and builders working in Bristol were James Bridges, John Wallis, and Thomas Paty with his sons John and William Paty. They built hundreds of new buildings, and several Georgian-era squares were laid out reflecting the increased prosperity that came with the new Floating Harbour and trade based at The Exchange, built in 1741–43 by John Wood the Elder.
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