Gothic Revival Architecture prints featuring a collection of artwork depicting buildings built in the Neo-Gothic or Gothic Revival style. This was a period essentially during the Victorian era when architecture looked backwards and borrowed from the Medieval Gothic style of cathedrals and churches. These buildings from the middle ages were looked at as being blueprints for what modern architecture should be. This Neo-Gothic wall art includes major landmarks such as London’s Tower Bridge and the rebuilt parliament buildings.

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