Has London Ever Looked So Good? The Art Of John Duffin

Tabish Khan
By Tabish Khan Last edited 39 months ago
Has London Ever Looked So Good? The Art Of John Duffin
Wouldn't it be great if the views over Westminster bridge looked this good every day? Copyright John Duffin

Our city is filled with iconic buildings which gives us an easily recognisable skyline, and we love it when an artist takes this and give it his or her own spin. In this case it's the work of painter and printmaker John Duffin. The works in this article are a selection of those that are currently being exhibited in the Ealing gallery For Arts Sake, which specialises in prints.

He captures everything from train stations to the river Thames, but most importantly imparts every work with his own nostalgic and classy style whether it be in black and white or colour. To find out more about his background and what inspires him, have a read of an interview he gave to the gallery.

John Duffin's prints are display at For Arts Sake, 45 Bond Street, Ealing, W5 5AS until 22 November. Entrance is free and the gallery is open seven days a week. For more great artworks of  London check out the work of Jenny Pockley, these beautiful historic photographs of London and our regular Friday photos.

A lone woman looks across Greenwich to Canary Wharf. Copyright John Duffin
Golden skies over Vauxhall bridge. Copyright John Duffin
Wind and rain outside of the Underground. Copyright John Duffin
A hazy view of the Shard and Tower Bridge. Copyright John Duffin
Can you name all the bridges visible in this work? Copyright John Duffin
How about if we switch direction so we're now looking from West to East? Copyright John Duffin
A moonlit stroll opposite St. Paul's. Copyright John Duffin
If only leaving or arriving into London by train looked this glamorous. Copyright John Duffin
The view across the city from Primrose Hill. Copyright John Duffin

Last Updated 24 October 2015