40 Museum St, London WC1A 1LU, United Kingdom

Book Publishing turned Fine Clothing
"The shop is well known for its literary connections. Once home to publisher George Allen & Unwin, it was here that J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit was commissioned, as well as works by Bertrand Russell, Roald Dahl and John Ruskin. Later, the premises evolved into Ulysses Bookshop, which was run by Peter Jolliffe, a dealer so passionate about his trade that he's said to have often slept in the shop overnight."
Emma J. Page & Rachael Smith, authors of "London Shop Fronts"
My passion of marrying the pencil to paper runs in my blood. My subjects of my art have become deep rooted in my every day, so much so, that my home's interior is also very European. I share my love for European architecture by illustrating each and every detail I see in this beautiful shop. 
I do hope you enjoy this piece as much as I do. 
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