Neil Roland - Gallery 34
London - hidden images

I have recently been commissioned to create a number of London pictures, and will be adding to these. Please ask.

For prices and framing options, please email the artist at or telephone Neil on 07792 365 437

Brixton Alive

A selection of pictures around London’s Brixton, from the town hall, the Ritzy, The Fridge and the market at Electric Avenue - these can be blended with other areas of London, or indeed worked into artworks featuring other cities to make it entirely relevant.

Notting Hill And Around

The ice-cream shaded terrace houses of Notting Hill and Portobello Road in London’s West 10 and 11. These are just a selection of pictures of this area. Others available to see at my studio.


Details from the perfumiers, costumiers and jewellers, the hotels and the clubs around London’s fascinating W1 enclave of Mayfair. More pictures available to see at my studio of Mayfair and around.

Secrets of Clapham

From the gentleman’s lavatories outside the tube station, to the temperance statue on the Common, from the old Majestic to the Rose and Crown, this is a selection from my Clapham collections that can be worked into wider London pictures, or indeed blended with other cities.

The London Years

This was a commission for a couple who had lived in Muswell Hill, Finchley and Highgate, and were now moving out to Buckinghamshire. The pictures were to celebrate the places that were most meaningful during their North London years, with the station from which the trains leave to their new home.

Muswell Hill and Around

Alexandra Palace, The Bicycle Maintenance Co ; outside Muswell Hill Library; signs around Muswell Hill; The Odeon, Muswell Hill; Broadway; the old Methodist Church; Alexandra Palace inside.

Michelin Man

The glorious stained glass windows at Bibendum, Fulham Road, London SW3.

Clapham Station

View of the tube station stairs in the security mirror at the top.

A frog on Old Bond Street

This is the window of Louis Vuitton in Mayfair. The frog handbag sits in a glass dome, which itself reflects the other side of the road.

Rising up in Finchley

The fabulous art deco detailing inside the Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley, London N2.


The famous Eros at London’s Piccadilly - but how many people ever look at the superb detailing of this svelte male figure?

Dulwich College

The apple-holding hand on the gates of this famous school.

Shop in Golborne Road

A classic fruitiers just off the Portobello Road, and opposite Lisboa Pattiserie.

St. Pancras Station reflected in the Shaw Theatre

As it says in the title….

Sun in St. James

Autumn sun lighting the stiped deck chairs in St. James park near Buckingham Palace..

Coach trip to St. Paul’s

The cathedral is reflected in the windows of a coach parked outside.

Fascinator Women

Two mannequins at Camden Passage, Islington.

A call from Smithfield

Smithfield Market telephone boxes.

High Rise Cakes

The classic blocks of flats viewed from Golborne Road, off Portobello Road - with the wonderful Portuguese cakes at the Lisboa patisserie in between.

West Kensington Sun and Shadow

From Baron’s Court Home

Secrets of W14

London Gold 1

Left- right: Royal Academy in door handle of Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Picadilly; door handles at The Salisbury pub, Strand; Victoria Monument outside Buckingham Palace; Regent House, Regent Street; St. Pancras Station reflected in a taxi window; Pudding Lane monument to the Great Fire of London; The Ritz, Piccadilly.

London Gold 2

Left-right: Victoria Monument; Trumper’s men’s perfumers, Jermyn St; top of Liberty of London, Regent St.; St. Pancras Station reflected in the Shaw Theatre; London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Gower St.; Ideal House (1927) opposite Liberty’s.

London Gold 3

British Library, Euston - the bronze sculpture of Newton, after William Blake.; Central Cold Storage, Smithfield Market; The Liberty Clock; door bell, Royal Academy, Burlington House; Cutler’s Hall, Warwick Lane; Canada Gate, Green Park.

Signs of the Times London

a selection of thirty quirky, evocative and original signs in London, from Edmund Martin’s trip dressers at Smithfield Market to the Raymond Revue Bar in Soho, from Oxford Circus tube station to G. Smith & Sons, noted snuff shop on Charing Cross Road.
This picture can be personalised with your own street name/business name. Please call to discuss.

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