Paintings of Norwich Page 1

 

 

Cow Tower, Norwich, Norfolk

Cow Tower was one of the earlier purpose-build artillery blockhouses in England, built around 1398-9, to command a strategic point in Norwich's city defence. Size" 12 X 16" (to fit A4 window). Price includes postage and packaging.

£25.00

 

 

Norwich Market

Norwich market is in the bustling, thriving heart of the city, full of history and intrigue. It has been in its present location for the past 900 years and was founded in the latter part of the 11th century to supply Norman merchants and settlers. Size" 12 X 16" (to fit A4 window). Price includes postage and packaging.

£25.00

 

 

Pulls Ferry, Norwich

Pulls Ferry is one of the most famous landmarks in Norwich, Norfolk. The flint building was once a 15th century watergate and the major route for taking the stone to build Norwich Cathedral. It’s still an exciting attraction that draws many visitors each year. Size" 12 X 16" (to fit A4 window). Price includes postage and packaging.

£25.00

 

 

Olives on Elm Hill, Norwich, Norfolk

This half-timbered framed restaurant is fortunate to be located in one of the most prestigious streets in Norwich, Norfolk and dates back to the Tudor period. Size" 12 X 16" (to fit A4 window). Price includes postage and packaging.

£25.00

 

 

Elm Hill, Norwich, Norfolk

This picturesque cobbled street is one of the prettiest and most unaltered 16th century streets in England, with Timber-framed buildings along a winding road. Size" 12 X 16" (to fit A4 window). Price includes postage and packaging.

£25.00

 

 

Britons Arms, Norwich, Norfolk

Britons Arms can be found in the heart of medieval Norwich, a five minute walk away from the heart of the city. From the mid 18th century until 1941 the Britons Arms traded as an Ale House. It is now a coffee house and restaurant. Size” 12 X 16″ (to fit A4 window). Price includes postage and packaging.

£25.00