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"The Grenadier Bar"


LeRoy Neiman

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Edition #: 54/150
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Serigraph on Paper
23 1/2"
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150 Numbered
30 Artists Proofs
8 Printers Proofs
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Wilton Place, built in 1872 on the site of a cow yard will lead you from Knightsbridge to Wilton Crescent and then into the hard to find Wilton Row. This delightful mews was once part of the barracks of the Duke of Wellington's guards, the Iron Duke who lived a short distance away at Apsley house, better known as number one London. The old officer's mess now houses the Grenadier Pub, along with the patriotic red, white and blue d'cor and the grenadier's century box that would be a tourist delight if they could only find it. It is said to be haunted by an officer who was shot cheating at cards. You can feel like you are in the country in this corner of a busy part of town.

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