'Various designs for Public and Private Buildings 1780-1815', by Joseph Michael Gandy, shows a scene of architectural fantasy in which Sir John Soane's most impressive buildings are gathered together under one roof.
Soane shared a great collaborative friendship with Joseph Michael Gandy, a draughtsman and architect in his own right who brought Soane’s architectural vision to life through a myriad of grand watercolours. For nearly 40 years the two geniuses supported each other – Gandy as showman, Soane as patron – and Gandy’s theatrical architectural watercolours are certainly one of the highlights of the Museum’s collection.
This print is colour matched to the original and approved by Sir John Soane's Museum. Every purchase supports the work of the museum.