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A watercolour of the Queen’s Head, Mortlake by

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A watercolour of the Queen’s Head, Mortlake by

A watercolour of the Queen’s Head, on the Thames at Mortlake by The Queen’s Head was situated on Mortlake High Street, built on land once forming the Mortlake Tapestry Works from The public house sign “Queen’s Head John Firmston” gives the name of the Licensed Victualler who is recorded with a license from between 1871 to 1878. Another sign reads “Phillips & Wigans Entire Fine Old Ales”. Charles James Philips and James Wigan were the owners of the local Mortlake Brewey since the 1840s, later acquired in 1889 by James Watney & Co. The Queen’s Head closed in the 1940’s.



 
 

Medium Group: Paintings

Year: Unknown

 
 

Breed: Places

Artist: Unknown, Other

 
 

 

 

 
 

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Dimensions: 9 ˝ x 11 ⅛

 
       
   
       
 




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