Including the infamous orange wind sock, grandstand, Terry's clocktower.
A view of our Millennium Bridge with the ice cream boat on the opposite bank :)
A view looking towards City Screen Picturehouse York. Pitcher & Piano. The Basement.
November - The York Reel Cinema (Formerly Odeon) located on Blossom Street.
A view looking towards Terry's Chocolate factory clock tower. Built in 1926.
This card can be purchased at Frankie & Johnny's Cookshop (Bishopthorpe Road)
A view looking towards Betty's Tea Rooms and St Helen's Church.
These cards can be purchased at Frankie & Johnny's Cookshop (Bishopthorpe Road)
A colourful illustration of the west face of York Minster.
" I have tried to capture the grandeur of the majestic York Minster. "
Based in the New Forest area of southern England Phoebe is a self-taught artist with a particular passion for architecture and cityscapes. This was originally drawn with black pen, white gel pen and white pencil on artist's tonal grey paper. Prints have been created on pure cotton natural white fine art paper.
You can purchase Phoebe's prints from phoma.co.uk
New calendar by local York artist Tony Brook.
All paintings are taken from his original works and this year include some quite unusual concepts. They make great Christmas presents for locals and visitors alike. Every copy is of the very highest quality, produced and finished by hand locally. We recommend you visit Tony's website to view and place your orders.
A new illustration of York Minster created using words unique to York!
Street names, famous locals, attractions, and buildings.. Ideal as a unique gift.
Size: A2 (420mm x 594mm)
Colour: Red litho print on 200gsm white paper.
Artist: E Harrison
View and buy these prints from..
Or please email here if you would like a print posting.
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These photos of York have been digitally mapped to create interesting viewpoints.