Thursday, December 6, 2012

Great Fire of London delft tiles (cont.)

Great Fire of London delft tiles (cont.)

Here are final 11 (of the 48) limited edition delft tiles designs that I produced for the Artists of Spitalfields Life exhibtion at Ben Pentreath Ltd, Rugby-street, London. Those unsold have now relocated to the Town House gallery on Fournier-street, Spitalfields until the end of December. Hurry and catch a bargain!

The tiles are inspired by the Great Fire of London 1666 - food, fire, pestulence, carnality and the Merrie Monarch!

 


Oysters, from Colchester, Wallfleet or Whitstable. Food of the common man.


Pie Corner II. Named for the Magpie pub that once stood there.


Poultry. A Norfolk Black turkey (Meleagris Gallopavo)


A Ewer of Water (London's burning)


Pudding Lane II


Arms of the Salters' Company.


Stew Lane. The 'stews' were actually bath-houses of ill-repute beside the Thames.


Sugar Loaves.


Three Crowns, representing Scotland, England and France (Charles II claimed all three!)


Vine Street

Wine Office Court

2 comments:

Clive Hicks-Jenkins said...

Good to see business as usual again, Paul. Hope that the break from online stuff did you good. The new tiles are wonderful. Well done!

marly youmans said...

Like these--especially love ones with words as well...