Christ Church Gateway, Canterbury Cathedral Poster
A detailed study of Christ Church Gateway, the ornate main entrance to Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, UK.
The gateway was built by Henry VII, as a memorial to his son Arthur, Prince of Wales, who died in 1502 aged just 16. The bronze figure of Christ in the centre is a more recent addition, installed in 1991 replacing a figure of Christ destroyed in 1642 by Parliamentarians who used the figure for target practice. A perfect gift for visitors or locals alike to celebrate this beautiful, medieval Cathedral city.
Poster is supplied unframed. Portrait format and tailored to fit a standard shop bought frame; so bespoke framing is not necessary. Delivery is free on UK orders.
Size: H50 x W40cm (19 ¾ x 15 ¾")
Printed lithographically in the UK on environmentally friendly medium weight paper that is Forestry Commission approved from a sustainable source.