Des Voeux Road West By Miroslav Sasek

Des Voeux Road West
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Miroslav Sasek
19.7 x 16.9
12.0 x 12.3
35797-F
limited edition
Giclee
850
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Des Voeux Road West By Miroslav Sasek
Miroslav Sasek
50 x 43
30.5cm x 31.3cm
35797-F
limited edition
850
Giclee Limited Edition of 850
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    Giclee Limited Edition of 850

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    This is a new giclee limited edition reproduction of a watercolour with pen and ink, originally created for ‘This is Hong Kong’ (1965). Named after the 10th Governor of Hong Kong, Sir George William Des Voeux. The first single-deck trams were introduced to Hong Kong, after being built in the UK, in 1904; double decker trams were introduced in 1912, but enclosed double-decker trams, as here, were introduced in 1925. They soon acquired the nick name ‘ding ding trams’ – a reference to the bells they used to warn traffic and pedestrians alike of their approach. Click these words to find similar printsLimited Edition Giclee Cityscape Travel 
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    Des Voeux Road West By Miroslav Sasek
    Miroslav Sasek
    50 x 43
    30.5cm x 31.3cm
    35797-F
    limited edition
    850

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