Top row: Left, Tower Bridge; righ, Bedlam (view through eye-hole of padded cell, Bethlem Hospital, Beckenham).
Middle row: Left, Nocturne (inspired by Atkinson Grimshaw); right, Moon over Westminster (inspired by Atkinson Grimshaw).
Bottom row: Left, Christ Church Spitalfields; right, Pea-Souper.
Romanesque to Early Gothic (Early Medieval, late eleventh- to thirteenth- centuries)
Top row: Tower of London (late eleventh-century Romanesque).
Middle row: Left, St Bartholomew the Great (early twelfth-century Romanesque); right, Temple Church (late twelfth-century Romanesque to Early Gothic).
Bottom row: Left, St Helen Bishopsgate (early thirteenth-century Early Gothic); right, St Etheldreda Ely (late thirteenth-century Decorated Gothic).
Late (Perpendicular) Gothic (Late Medieval, fourteenth- to fifteenth- centuries)
Top row: Left, All Hallows by the Tower; centre, St Giles Cripplegate; right; St Andrew Undershaft.
Bottom row: Left, St Sepulchre Newgate Street; centre, Priory of St John Gate-House; right, Westminster Abbey Lady Chapel.
Tudor to Stuart (early Post-Medieval, sixteenth century)
Top row: Left, Lincoln’s Inn Old Hall (Henrician); right, Middle Temple Hall (Elizabethan).
Middle row: Left, St Bartholomew the Great Gate-House (Elizabethan); right, Staple Inn (Elizabethan).
Bottom row: Left, Inner Temple Gate-House (Jacobean); right, 41 Cloth Fair (Jacobean).
Renaissance (late Post-Medieval, seventeenth-century)
Top row: Left, St Helen Bishopsgate; right, St Katharine Cree.
Bottom: Banqueting House, Whitehall.
Top row: Left, Christ Church Greyfriars/Newgate Street; centre left, St Bride Fleet Street; centre right, St Dunstan in the East; right, St Stephen Walbrook.
Bottom row: St Paul’s Cathedral.
Top row: Left, Christ Church Spitalfields; right, St Alfege Greenwich.
Middle row: Left, St Anne Limehouse; right, St George Bloomsbury.
Bottom row: Left, St George in the East; right, St Mary Woolnoth.