London, South Kensington
22 November 2016
Walter Greaves (British, 1846-1930)
The Black Lion, Old Church Street, Chelsea
watercolour on paper with scratching out, framed
8 x 10¾ in. (20.3 x 27.3 cm.)
With The Goupil Gallery, London.
W. Marchant, and by descent to his daughter-in-law (Mrs. C. Marchant).
With Michael Parkin Gallery, London, by June 1988.
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