An early 19th century charming and well executed folk art watercolour painting, depicting a street scene outside a hotel,
which is identified as The Black Lion Inn, West Street, Dublin on bottom of the watercolour, hidden by the
A horse and carriage exit from an entrance marked Hennesey & Son. It was typical of the Georgian period to have a courtyard with stables
behind the building. Hennesey is a very common Irish name and may well have referred here to the owners of the coaching inn.
It's a very busy scene for with passers by, soldiers crossing the road, and a man wearing an advertising
In a rich maple frame with gilt slip and under glass.