Stephen Wiltshire, the seventeen-year-old autistic savant, has a miraculous talent for drawing architectural subjects.
Stephen first received public recognition after appearing on the BBC documentary series QED in 1987, and his remarkable skill has continued to mature, earning him international acclaim. Stephen, who has published three books of drawings, has been described by Sir High Casson as 'probably the best child artist in Britian', and his work recently featured in a major exhibition in London and New York, moving to Tokyo this September.
The English Cathedrals of Salisbury, Wells and Ely are among the jewels in the crown of our architectural heritage, and Stephen Wiltshire has lovingly reproduced these magnificent buildings in a unique collection of drawings, now on offer to Country Living readers.
Each print is produced to the highest quality on acid-free paper, double mounted using conservation grade materials, and beautifully framed with farmed hardwood. The issue is endorsed by the Cathedral Authorities at Ely, Salisbury and Wells, and come in a strictly limited edition of 2,500 prints per Cathedral, each accompanied by a numbered certificate of authentication bearing the Cathedral Seal and the signature of its Dean.