The Great Court

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Robert Dettman

Norwood, Australia

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Paper Sizing Information

Small 16" x 12"
Medium 20" x 16"
Large 24" x 18"
X large 32" x 24"
Note: 1" - 2" minimum borders will be added around images and will vary depending on the appropriate aspect ratio to fit each paper size. Images are centered and 'padded' for non-standard sized images.


  • Custom sized prints (with various border widths)
  • Gallery quality vibrant colours
  • Lightly textured 100% cotton paper
  • Refer to size chart for dimensions if self framing


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Artist's Description

The Great Court in the British Museum

Architects: Foster and Partners

The result of an architectural competition, the £100 million Queen Elizabeth II Great Court transformed the Museum’s inner courtyard into the largest covered public square in Europe. It is a two-acre space enclosed by a spectacular glass roof with the world-famous Reading Room at its centre. It was opened on 6 December 2000 by Her Majesty the Queen.

In the original Robert Smirke design the courtyard was meant to be a garden. However, in 1852–7 the Reading Room and a number of bookstacks were built in the courtyard to house the library department of the Museum and the space was lost.

In 1997, the Museum’s library department was relocated to the new British Library building in St Pancras and there was an opportunity to re-open the space to public.

Artwork Comments

  • Mark Tull
  • Robert Dettman
  • Wendi Donaldson Laird
  • Robert Dettman
  • Andrew Murrell
  • Robert Dettman
  • Celia Strainge
  • Robert Dettman
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