Brockwell Hall is a Grade II* listed building situated at the top of a hill in Brockwell Park, South London. The Hall was built at the start of the 19th Century, and was home to John Blades Esq, a glass merchant. Following the building's acquisition by the London County Council at the end of the 19th Century, it was opened to the public by local MP Thomas Bristowe, who died of a heart attack on the building's steps at the unveiling. A bus of Mr Bristowe now stands in the Park.
This limited edition print by South London Prints depicts Brockwell Hall from the south, incorporating its curved window, balcony and terrace. A limited edition of 200 prints, available framed, mounted or as print-only.