Joe Mayhook

The Anchor, Public Bar

£150

A sweet 12″ x 10″ oil painting, emanating warmth with its rich red tones that seamlessly combine modern aesthetics and classical elements. The artwork depicts The Anchor Bankside, a historic pub frequented by luminaries like Charles Dickens and observed by Samuel Pepys during the great fire of London.

1 in stock

ORIGINAL
SIZE: 30cm x 25.5cm
MEDIUM: Oil
SUBJECT: Landscapes
SCALE: Medium
Unframed
Delivery and returns

The artist will aim to deliver the artwork to you within ten working days.

If the artwork is damaged upon delivery, please take clear photographs showing the damage and the packaging, and contact us immediately.

If for any reason you are unhappy with the artwork and return it undamaged within ten days of receipt, you will receive a complete refund of the purchase price.

Ensuring the safe return of the artwork to the artist will be your responsibility and at your cost. If returned work is damaged in transit, we reserve the right to deduct some or all of the original purchase price.

See it on the wall

Joe Mayhook

Joe is an artist born and raised in London, Bankside, with a dedication to capturing change using Oil.