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Horse & Groom Public House (Past & Present SW16-London)

Horse & Groom Public House (Past & Present SW16-London)


Part of the William Dyce Streatham Collection 2022


Giclée print of The Horse & Groom-Past & Present- with white mount.



Image size- 22.86cm x 17.22cm

Total size - 28.26cm x 22.72cm



Image size- 30.35cm x 22.86cm

Total size - 35.85cm x 28.36cm



Image size - 40.46cm x 30.48cm

Total size - 43.46cm x 33.48cm


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 



  • The Story

    Part of my William Dyce collection.

    The Horse & Groom public house was situated on Streatham High Road in London and was buil in 1817. The building in this painting was demolished in 1865 and rebuilt as the building we know today. It remains The Horse & Groom however, it has been closed since the pandemic hit hard in 2020 (I have painted this stage too) 

    I have gone back in time to that of Mr Dyce living in Streatham but have included a little of 2022 on the right hand side with the high road buildings. 

    As the closest public house to Mr Dyce, he possible drank here. Maybe he didn't, but he would have been able to see this building from the windows of his home. 


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