Royal Victoria Patriotic Building Art Print
Royal Victoria Patriotic Building Art Print

Royal Victoria Patriotic Building

Limited Edition Giclée Art Print
Royal Victoria Patriotic Building Art Print
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Built in 1859, the Royal Victoria Patriotic Building is a large Grade II* listed building situated between Wandsworth Common and Clapham Junction. Designed by Major Rohde Hawkins, the building's original use was as the school of the Royal Victoria Patriotic Asylum, with the foundation stone laid by Queen Victoria herself. The building was used as a hospital during the First World War, before being used as a school among other uses. Today, the building houses a range of small businesses as well as residential accommodation and a restaurant.

This limited edition print of the Royal Victoria Patriotic Building by South London Prints focuses on the building's principal tower, and its statue of St George and the dragon. The print is limited to just 200 copies, and is available in a range of frame options.

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