London's Stations Never Looked This Good

Tabish Khan
By Tabish Khan Last edited 8 months ago
London's Stations Never Looked This Good
Lovely skies over Battersea. Copyright Gail Brodholt

Artist Gail Brodholt creates artworks all about travelling. But rather than somewhere exotic like the Caribbean or South East Asia, she finds beauty in the humble commute.  

Head upwards into the light. Copyright Gail Brodholt

Whether it's train tracks in Battersea or a Northern line platform, Brodholt makes them shine.

The Northern line is never this colourful. Copyright Gail Brodholt

Her works are all linocuts — carved out of linoleum, painted over and then impressed on paper.

A lonesome commuter. Copyright Gail Brodholt

They are stunning visions of London and bring a sense of Romanticism to public transport.

The Central Line is also looking pretty swish. Copyright Gail Brodholt

There's also a lot of fun to be had in trying to guess the stations in the pictures we've posted. Let us know your best guesses.

Guess the station? Copyright Gail Brodholt

Gail Brodholt - Linocuts is on at Eames Fine Art, 58 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UD until 11 June. Entrance is free.

Last Updated 01 June 2017

JuliaPea

Is it Charing Cross?

Alessandro Di Sano

The last one is clearly the old London Bridge station!