Very popular London pub.
The Queens pub in Crouch End is a magnificent building, originally built as The Queens Hotel. It was built by the architect and developer John Cathles Hill in 1898–1902 and had art nouveau stained glass by the wonderfully named Cakebread Robey.
The artist has used the Queen chess piece as the icon for the background, partly as a nod to the wonderful Queen’s gambit. But also, because there was a very popular chess school set up in the side bar, with up to four boards in play every evening, although the normally high standard of play tended to decline as the evening wore on.
8 colour screenprint on Heritage White 315gsm.
- Dimensions: 300 x 400mm
- Edition of 50
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