The Octagon Room, Orleans House

Orleans House was built for diplomat James Johnston by the architect John James in 1710. The Baroque Octagon Room was then built in 1721 by James Gibbs as a place to entertain Georgian Royalty. It is now a popular wedding venue. Portraits of the interior and exterior were commissioned by the sister of the Groom getting married here as a wedding gift.

A highly detailed hand-drawn portrait of your home, favourite landmark or wedding venue by Bristol based illustrator and cartographer Aidan Meighan.

Our property portraits are a beautiful artwork of your home, favourite landmark or wedding venue. The meticulously hand-drawn illustration will capture the essence of your chosen place, no matter how big or small it is, from a townhouse to a castle.

Your bespoke illustrated artwork will be a high quality giclee print, signed by the artist, available framed or unframed.

These artworks are each individually drawn and therefore take up to 4 weeks from order to completion.

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