Three Chimneys

Painting Description

This charming restaurant/pub is one of my favourite in Kent. It was originally a French establishment called Les Trois Chemins—the three roads— since it sits at the junction of three roads. The British, being the British, gave it the English pronunciation, as a cab driver told us. Hence, The Three Chimneys. Just down the road, not far from the beautiful garden at Sissinghurst, the pub treasures a head-wackingly low beam that has been retained but padded.

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See also Image #2585 The Blue Door, Image #2693 Outside the Three Chimneys and Image #2701 Kentish Doorway.

Additional information

IMAGE ID

2201

SEASON

Spring

LOCATION

U.K.

ORIGINAL SIZE

9" x 13"

BASE VALUE

Matboard

MEDIUM VALUE

Acrylic

YEAR

1998

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