St. James Anglican Cathedral Toronto Poster
Cathedral Church of St. James in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is the home of the oldest congregation in the city. The parish was established in 1797. The Cathedral, with construction beginning in 1850 and opening for services on 19 June 1853, was one of the largest buildings in the city at the time. It was designed by Frederick William Cumberland and is a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture.
The church is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act and is the episcopal seat of the Anglican Church of Canada's Diocese of Toronto.
Crightonism: My father, Ross Crighton was an Anglican minister and as such this Cathedral was "Head Office" in Ontario where he was ordained and performed his religious mission. He would be very happy to see this artwork and probably expect a free print :)... I'd love to be able to put one in his hand but he'd gone to his reward. God Bless you Dad.
Toronto Poster Art
If you’re looking for posters of Toronto landmarks and neighbourhoods to create a rad art wall then check out the many illustrations created by artist David Crighton! He's the guy who creates all those colourful and charming artworks we see all over the city. He's best known for his cool cityscape prints and urban art. Our poster sizes work great with store bought frames from Michaels!
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Our Products are:
Digitally printed on poster-weight paper
Bright and vivid colours
10” X 13” and 11” X 14”ships flat in a sturdy mailing envelope
10” X 20” landscape posters ships rolled in a sturdy mailing tube
Independently made in Toronto, Ontario