Early 19th century painting of Groombridge, Kent.

Early 19th century painting of Groombridge, Kent.
Circa 1810
An early 19th century painting showing a view of St. John's and The Crown Inn, Groombridge, with Groombridge Place beyond.
This painting used to hang in Groombridge Place until the contents were sold in 1992.

English provincial school, oil on canvas.

John Evelyn, the diarist, visited Groombridge Place on 4th July 1662. He was friends with Philip Packer who owned the property at that time and who had rebuilt Groombridge Place with the help of Sir Christopher Wren in 1662.

Provenance: Groombridge Place, Kent.


44.09 inches
31.50 inches
United Kingdom
Oil on canvas
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