Joan Rockingham, Grandma’s Parlour

Joan Rockingham, Grandma’s Parlour

A beautifully rendered 20th-century oil on board depicting a table set for tea within an exquisite English parlour. The artist, Joan Rockingham, has laboured over the smallest details - even the shiny cherries atop the sticky iced buns.

The painting is inscribed ‘Grandma’s Parlour’ on the reverse so clearly this was a special place for Joan to spend some time.

The painting is housed within what appears to be its original frame.

Medium
Oil on board
Overall size
19” x 23” / 49cm x 59cm
Year of creation
c. 1975
Provenance
England
Condition
Very good overall. Frame with light wear.

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