Stephen Wiltshire Architectural Artist

Stephen Wiltshire


Stephen Wiltshire is an artist who draws detailed cityscapes. He has a particular talent for drawing lifelike, accurate impressions of cities, skylines and street scenes after having only observed them briefly. He was awarded Member of the Order of the British Empire for services to the art world in 2006. His drawings are popular all over the world, and are held in a number of important art collections and museums.
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Limited Edition Prints

City Panoramas

Original Drawings of London


Along the southern part of the River Thames lies Southbank, London's arts and entertaintment district. Along with large public spaces, Southbank also gives home to County Hall and the Oxo Tower, however, the quirkiest is the undercroft, one of the most colourful skateboarding spots in London.

The original drawing of Southbank and Houses of Parliament, created and hand drawn by the artist is now available for sale.



Exhibitions

Stephen Wiltshire Exhibitions
Stephen's exhibitions and live drawing shows attract large number of visitors world wide. Is your city the next?

Press office

Stephen Wiltshire's press office
Download Stephen's biography, key dates and press brief. Find the artist's answers to some of your interview questions.

Archive

Stephen Wiltshire Media Archive
View articles dating back from the 1980s about Stephen starting his artistic career up to recent press cuttings.

London Pad

Stephen Wiltshire's London Studio
Stephen Wiltshire's private art gallery is located in Notting Hill, London, welcoming his collectors on an appointment basis.


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