London Past Present

£320.00 £175.00


London Past/Present. is an abstract representation of London’s iconic landmarks – not to scale or location.

We see the London eye which leads us to the Houses of Parliament, just beyond in the distance is The Shard, then St Pauls, The Post Office Tower, The Gherkin, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London and the Millennium bridge.

Original exhibited at the IAS Summer Salon during July 2012 in London.  Also displayed at the new gallery at the Priory, Caerleon, The Waterloo Gardens Summer Exhibition and Art

London Past/Present has received much interest. There is a limited edition of 100 canvas prints which will be hand finished and signed with a certificate of authority. Your print will be finished in acrylic and varnished which will make it unique.


Artist: Christopher Langley

Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 30 x 4 x 30 cm
(Width x Depth x Height)

Christopher Langley

Christopher Langley is an internationally recognised experimental and conceptual artist. Born and raised in Pontypridd, he lives in Cardiff, South Wales. He is involved in visual media including video, art and photography.  For over 30 years he has been working with a wide range of media such as digital, watercolour, acrylic, lens based, oils; using natural, (landscape/cityscapes) and synthetic images (digital/abstract), to obtain meaning creating conceptual ideas. After a career in broadcasting, Christopher launched his art career. In 2012 his first first solo exhibition was at the Pontypridd Museum and Gallery. The following year, he organised a Solo Welsh National Exhibition at the Senedd in Cardiff, which was sponsored by Julie Morgan, AM. His paintings have been displayed in a number of Cardiff’s top galleries, in addition to gallery exposure in London, Glasgow and two galleries in New York. He currently has six on going public displays in South Wales. In 2014 Christopher gave a talk in addition to displaying five paintings as part of an international exhibition in the Chelsea Art District of New York. The month long exhibition was called ‘Evolving Abstraction’. The event attracted an international audience, where one of his works, ‘Two Umbrellas’ was chosen as the event poster. At the Terry M Restaurant based in the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, BBC Wales recorded a presentation of a commissioned painting. The work was for the private dining area within the restaurant, where he currently has four works on display. Langley is one of the contributing artists of the resort; his latest commission is for the 2010 Clubhouse. Christopher also has three works on display at the David Lloyd Tennis Centre, Cardiff.

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