Tuesday, July 1, 2014

18C British Inns, Taverns, & Public Houses without Outdoor Gardens


 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) A Country Inn with Two Soldiers



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) A Wayside Inn



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) An Inn on an English Common



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) Figures Outside a Village Pub



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) Near Hackney



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) Public House



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) The Fox Public House on Old Winsor Green



Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) The Spread Eagle Tavern, Millbank



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) The Old Swan Inn



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) A Carriage And Figures Travelling The High Road Near An Inn



 Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) Back of the Public House near Bayswater



Paul Sandby (English map-maker turned landscape painter, 1731-1809) Carriage at Inn


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