Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Soho Square



This fantastic half-timbered, black and white mock Tudor building was built in 1895, refurbished in 2009 and is now nothing more than a shed used by the gardeners of Soho Square. The square dates back to 1681 and is the residence of Lucie and her father, Doctor Manette in Dickens “A Tale of Two Cities”.

The square is also home to a commemorative bench to singer Kirsty McCall who wrote the song “Soho Square”  

One day you'll be waiting there, no empty bench in Soho Square’


1 comment:

  1. Wonderful colors and organic natural forms. Reminds me of a painting like Rainy landscape, by Russian painter Kandinsky, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8EWL66, that I saw at wahooart.com, from where one can order a canvas print of it. Really good place to browse the painter’s work and other work similar to your style of painting.

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