Richmond Bridge Boats II, watercolour & ink painting
This is a fine art print of the original watercolour & ink painting of Richmond Bridge.
It was built between 1774 and 1777, making it the oldest surviving bridge of the River Thames, dating back to Roman times. It replaced a ferry crossing, connecting Richmond town centre on the east bank with the district of East Twickenham to the west. From the bridge, it is possible to walk, or even get a boat, as far as Hampton Court Palace.
The location of this painting can be reached by going to what3words.com and entering: glee.ocean.builds
On this watercolour, we left the boats unnamed, so we can put your name and your loved ones on the boats, or you can do it yourself.
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Watercolour by Marcus Müller
Pictured by Alex Barros