Gallery 19 is passionate in its promotion of Kensington. Tracing the development of the area through antique engravings and reproduction maps, Gallery 19 also produces limited edition prints of local icons such as Kensington Square and Frog Hollow and exhibits an ever changing collection of original paintings depicting Kensington Palace and its gardens in all seasons.
Although Kensington is the focus Gallery 19 also stocks a selection of London views.
London World City is a mixture of panorama and carpiccio which is why artist Martin Stuart Moore came up with the new word to describe his style, panoriccio. The composition is imaginary but he has disciplined himself to make the view plausible so that the juxtaposition of buildings has a certain geographical harmony. The original painting has been reproduced as a limited edition of 2008 prints using light fast inks on acid-free paper and each print is signed and numbered by the artist.
London Museum Walk is a panorama by Gordon French; an extension of the original Museum quarter of South Kensington to take in the new Design Museum next to Holland Park and the Tate Gallery next to the Thames. As the crow flies London Museum Walk covers less than four miles but the density of public museums and monuments illustrated is remarkable. London Museum Walk is available in two sizes, 49 x 20cm and 72 x 18cm.