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The Five Bells-Streatham High Road- London
  • The Five Bells-Streatham High Road- London


    Giclée print of The Five Bells-Streatham with white mount.



    Image size 21.32cm x 26.4cm

    Total size 26.82cm x 31.9cm



    Image size 26.4 x 32.69cm

    Total size 31.9cm x 38.19cm

    Using only the best inks with a blue wool scale rating of 6, which means light fastness for 85+ years.


    300gsm, 100% Cotton Rag Smooth Fine art paper. 
    It’s ultra smooth surface has a soft velvet feel. 


    Frames are available on request 

    • Postage costs & Delivery

      7-10 days

      Delivery costs will be calculated at check out. All pieces are sent by Royal Mail 1st Class Signed for. 

    • The Story

      The Five Bells public house was situated on Streatham High Road in London during the 19th century, demolished at some point between 1880 & 1884. Named so after the 5 bells of St Leonards church (The current Five bells pub sits much closer to Streatham Hill station now).

      This public house was located at the top of Bedford Row where the main traffic lights now cross you over to St Leonards church. I have created this image of the original Five bells pub with a little of 2022 added. The parakeets only came to South London in the 1970's when captive birds escaped and began to breed. They are a daily vision in Streatham now. The Nitrous oxide canisters (laughing gas) outside the pub are also a daily vision in 2022.  

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