Gay Street Promenade
Number 25 Gay Street turned out to be the final and poorest lodgings of Jane Austen, her sister Cassandra and their mother, following the death of Mr Austen in 1805.
Describing herself as a “desperate walker”, Jane had been delighted to find the penguin an agreeable companion as anxious to escape the heat and confinement of their small rooms as she was.
“Gay Street Promenade” illustrates these two friends taking a stroll towards the Royal Circus and thence along Brock Street in search of the magnificent views over Bath from the Royal Crescent.
FINE ART GICLEE PRINTS
Size: 218 x 248mm (actual printed image area) with a border of approx 40mm on all sides.
The images are taken from original water colour illustrations.
They are are re-produced in the UK by an award winning Fine Art Giclee printer using archival pigmented inks
that should last without fading from between seventy five and a hundred years at least.