Naive townscape: The Royal Hospital Pub, Chelsea, London
Naive townscape: The Royal Hospital Pub, Chelsea, London
Naive townscape: The Royal Hospital Pub, Chelsea, London

View of the Royal Hospital Public House, Old Chelsea

 

 

A charming naïve folk art depiction of The Royal Hospital public house, Franklin Row, Chelsea.

 

Complete with Chelsea Pensioners and a couple of fighting dogs.

 

Late 19th century, oil on board, framed and signed Wm? H Poyner lower right.

 

With an old label to the reverse:

‘Bit of old Chelsea.  Demolished later end of 18th century, Royal Hospital Road opposite Chelsea College.  Frankin Row leading to Duke of Yorks school’.

 

Sight:    16.5"  x  12.5”   (42cm x 32cm)

Frame:   22” " x  18”    (56cm x 45.5cm)

  

SOLD

 

Ref:  218

 

 

Naive townscape: The Royal Hospital Pub, Chelsea, London
Naive townscape: The Royal Hospital Pub, Chelsea, London