A dementia sufferer has painted a stunning mural of the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge on the walls of his care home – complete with exactly the right number of windows.
Robert Hall decorated the stunning depiction of London landmarks across his room in the Priory Mews care home in Dartford, Kent.
Robert, who is known around the home as Bob, is an artist who spent much of his life pursuing his passion for drawing and painting.
He was born and grew up in Portsmouth, Hampshire, and started his career at just 15 at Whitefriars Printers in Norwich.
Before he came to Priory Mews, Robert used the walls of his home to create drawings.
As his condition deteriorates he can no longer create the pictures he used to, he still dabbles with a pencil and paper every now and again, his carers said.
Some of his drawings – of landscape, industry and coastline – are displayed around the care home and he loves to talk about what they depict.
Priory Mews’ home manager Rose Akem said: “Robert’s drawings are simply stunning and are a testament to his intricate detailing and perseverance.
“His Houses of Parliament painting has the exact number of windows that exists in the real building as he researched these on many occasions by sitting on the South Bank.
“What a remarkable gentleman to have at Priory Mews.”