This beautiful book is a portrait of two Londons. One is a familiar and majestic capital; the other is a city less well known and often taken for granted. “David Gentleman’s London” covers the capital from the inner city to the outer limits. The traditional sights of London – Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square and St Paul’s – appear alongside many less familiar splendors such as Queen Anne’s Gate and Spitalfields, and often in powerful contrast to the new London that continues inexorably to develop unchecked around them.
Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicholson
Publication date: January 1987
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