Abingdon County Hall
T E Shepherd Art & Illustration

Abingdon County Hall

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Abingdon County Hall

The County Hall, completed in 1682, is on the south side of Abingdon Market Place. It was built by stonemason Christopher Kempster, who worked with Sir Christopher Wren on rebuilding churches in London after the Great Fire of 1666.

Originally used as a courtroom for the Berkshire Assizes, the County Hall has also been a venue for entertainment and since 1761 the venue for the traditional ‘bun throwing’ to commemorate royal events. A museum was first set up in the building in 1919.

Prints are printed using the fine art giclée process on acid free, cotton rag archival paper. The inks used are UV resistant, so your print will look beautiful for an incredibly long time.

All prints come with a certificate of authenticity and signed.

Unmounted prints are wrapped and shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube. Mounted prints are backed and wrapped and available upon request.

Available in three sizes: small (A5 - 6x8", mounted to 10x8"), medium (A4 - 8x11”, mounted to 11x14") or large (A3 - 11x16”, mounted to 16x20"), each limited to a run of 75.

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