Brighton Palace Pier I
Opened in 1899, the Palace Pier was the third in Brighton, following the Royal Suspension Chain Pier in 1823 and the West Pier in 1866, and cost a record £27,000 (the equivalent. of £3,062,000 in 2019) to build.
The pier was an immediate success and quickly became one of the most popular landmarks in Brighton and it's theatre saw both Stan Laurel and Charlie Chaplin honing their comic skills early in their career, before migrating to the US and finding major commercial success in Hollywood.
It has featured in many film and tv productions but, despite the liberal culture in Brighton generally, this Grade II listed Victorian masterpiece has retained a traditional down-market "bucket and spade" seaside atmosphere.
Fine art prints are available in A4, A3 or. A2 sizes. Other sizes are available, please contact us for information.
- Limited edition print run of 100 pieces at each size
- Supplied with certificate of authenticity to provide limited edition provenance
- Presented on museum-grade C-type Matt Fine Art paper
- Guaranteed archival quality for 100+ years
- Printed in the UK by theprintspace
- Delivered to your door, supplied unframed with no border ready for a mount or frame of your choice
- Global shipping available