Strand on the Green. [in pencil]'One of the quaintest and least spoilt places on the Thames is Strand-on-the-Green, below Kew Bridge on the Middlesex bank. The view from the interesting old houses is charming on account of the pretty eyot in the middle of the river. The inhabitants are chiefly watermen, but artists and writers have also lived in the very quaint houses. Zoffany, the painted, died at Strand-on-the-Green in 1810, and Joe Miller, the wit, lived there. The Maltster's building on the left-and important feature from an artistic point of view-was recently pulled down'.
Etching. 156 x 228mm. 6 x 9".
[Ref: 14367] £130.00