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The Kings Head Pub Chigwell Watercolour c1958

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Directory: Fine Art: Paintings: Watercolor: Pre 1960: Item # 1221200

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The Kings Head Pub Chigwell Watercolour c1958
A very well painted picture of this historic public house. The Kings Head located on Chigwell High Road is a Grade II* listed building constructed in the 17th Century and extended in the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries. The building faces St Marys Church and was made famous by Charles Dickens in his 1841 novel Barnaby Rudge in which he changed its name to the Maypole. Signed by the artist lower right E.W Mote. In an ivory painted glazed frame with matching mount. Very good condition. Size: 27.5cm by 37cm excluding frame


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