Stratford on-Avon by Claude Buckle

Stratford on-Avon Harvard House and Garrick Inn

Harvard House and Garrick Inn, Stratford-on-Avon as painted by Claude Buckle for a railway poster in the 1950's. The Garrick Inn, the double gabled building with curving timbers, is in a building that dates from 1595 and has been an Inn since the early 1700s. The Garrick Inn was named for the Shakespearean actor David Garrick after he organized the Shakespeare Jubilee in 1760. A number of original artwork proposals of Stratford on-Avon by Claude Buckle were recently sold at auction (2009)    Date painted 1949 issued 1950 Waterlow & sons BR(WR)       BACK