Model of Old London Bridge, John B. Thorp. Seen from the East with part of the Pool of London shipping in the foreground, in about 16th century. This view of London Bridge shows St. Magnus Martyr church on the north bank and Nonsuch House in the foreground - Nonsuch house replaced the medieval drawbridge gatehouse. Artist/Photographer/Maker John B. Thorp 1901-1939
Burghley House 16th c.near Stamford, Lincolnshire, England. Its park was laid out by Capability Brown. Burghley was built for Sir William Cecil, later 1st Baron Burghley, who was Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1558 and 1587 and modeled on the privy lodgings of Richmond Palace.
Print Club London – Iris. I think this one could work on the newspaper too, although it may look too appealing for some readers. Kind of too distracting maybe. I can see it works on muted color and muted patterns though by combining real photographs with illustration and digital colouring