Charles-François Daubigny - St Paul's from the Surrey Side [1871-73], a photo by Gandalf's Gallery on Flickr.
This view shows St Paul's Cathedral in the distance, left of centre. The vantage point of the artist was on the south, or Surrey side of the river Thames, between Waterloo Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge. Daubigny first visited London in 1866, returning in 1870-71 to escape the Franco-Prussian war. This painting, dated 1873, was either begun on the spot and finished in the studio, or was worked up from sketches made of the river during this visit.
[Oil on canvas, 44.5 x 81 cm]