Dulwich College’s grade II star listed Barry Buildings are an iconic landmark built in 1869 as part of Charles Barry Junior's design for a New College. Barry’s design was unique and exceptional at the time for its eclectic style which he referred to as ‘North Italianate of the Thirteenth Century’. Barry was awarded a gold medal by the Royal Institute of British Architects with the New College in Dulwich cited along with some of his other major works.
A must-have for Dulwich residents, both new and old.
Perfect for your home or as a gift.
Designed by the South London Club
A4 and A3 Fine art giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Luster 260gsm
With this semi-gloss PE paper with micro-porous coating, this print offers the same quality provided by photographic laboratories. With its grammage of 260gsm, Photo Luster features a higher stability than most of the inkjet photo papers and guarantees long-lasting fade resistant prints.
What is giclée?
Giclée is a high performance digital printing process in which an ink-jet printer is used to produce a high-quality art print.
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