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This is a selling show of topographical prints from their heyday in the 18th and early 19th centuries, when the views were almost souvenir postcards for the new tourism, the Grand Tour.

The exhibition encompasses the great sights from Piranesi's classical splendour of Rome to as far away as the Daniells' hot and dusty glimpses of Calcutta.

Happy at the new lease of life for his gallery, the owner Bernard Shapero told me: "I believe the Bond Street area needs a gallery which sells quality decorative prints at reasonable prices.

"We also want to appeal to younger people who shop in the area and are looking for something stylish and beautiful to hang on their walls."

The exhibition runs from September 26 to October 11.