Large Cityscapes

Bristol is an amazing city full of historic buildings and iconic views.  Fabulous panoramic views open up unexpectedly before you, giving you glimpses of Bristol’s industrial past jumbled in with the beautiful coloured terraces and the huge mix of architectural styles that make up the city.  I love it, and try to capture all that colour and eclectic space in my drawings.  I hope you will enjoy having them on your walls.

My cityscapes are drawn by hand, then scanned and coloured digitally. The resulting high resolution digital image is printed on a large format printer as a high quality Giclée print.

Most panoramas are available in two sizes – 100 x 30cm costs £120, and 70x21cm costs £80. Please click on each image for more details and to purchase a print (PayPal button at the bottom of each linking page).

Digital illustration of Bristol by Emily Ketteringham, showing the view across the city from Victoria Park. The buildings of Bedminster and Southville are on the left, the Suspension Bridge can just be seen above them. Cabot Tower and the Wills Memorial Building are on the sky line, the spire of St Mary Redcliffe is to the right of the image. Three small hot air ballooons are in the sky. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours.
‘Looking Across Bristol From Victoria Park’
Digital illustration of Bristol by Emily Ketteringham. Showing the view from the Cottage Inn on the Harbourside., looking across towards the terraces of Clifton Wood and Hotwells. The Grain Barge and Cabot Tower can be seen on the right. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours.
‘Bristol – Harbourside Houses’
Digital illustration of Bristol by Emily Ketteringham, showing the view across Bristol from Ashton Court -looking across the colourful terraces of Clifton Wood, to the Bonded Warehouses, and with St mary Redcliffe on the far right. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours with simplified tree shapes amongst the buildings.
‘Looking Back at bristol From Ashton Court’
Digital illustration of Bristol by Emily Ketteringham, showing the view across Clifton from the Suspension Bridge on the left, past the colourful terraces of Clifton Wood, to Cabot tower on the right. The Observatory can just be seen in the background. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours with simplified tree shapes amongst the buildings..
‘A Slice of Bristol – Clifton Suspension Bridge to Cabot Tower’
Digital print of Bristol by Emily Ketteringham. The of colourful terraces of Totterdown cluster around the green spire of Holy Nativity Church. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours with simplified tree shapes in the foreground.
‘Totterdown – Turn Left at the Green Spire’
Digital illustration by Emily Ketteringham of Ashton Court Mansion in Bristol. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours.
‘Ashton Court Mansion’
Digital print by Emily Ketteringham showing rows of colourful terraces and a block of flats in Windmill Hill, Bristol. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours.
‘Windmill Hill’
Digital illustration of Bath by Emily Ketteringham, showing the view across the city to Prior Park. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours with simplified tree shapes amongst the buildings.
‘Across Bath to Prior Park’
Digital illustration of Edinburgh by Emily Ketteringham, showing the view from Calton Hill. Drawn in clean lines and flat colours.
‘Edinburgh From Calton Hill’