THE CROOKED BILLET IN SNOW, WIMBLEDON COMMON | LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPH

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A Landscape photograph of The Crooked Billet Pub in snow on Wimbledon Common taken by Photographer Patrick Steel

The listed prices include: Dry mounting onto acid free board, window mounting, titled and signed in pencil and wrapped in a protective sleeve of polypropylene acetate film, ready for framing
Edition: Open edition
Sizes: Nine to choose from, please select from the drop-down menu above
Print type: Fine Art Giclée / Kodak Pro Lustre 270gsm Endura Paper
Watermarks: Patrick Steel’s watermark will not be present on a purchased print
Copyright: ©Patrick Steel

Happy Customer: The Crooked Billet in snow, Wimbledon Common at 60″ wide
My wife and I have been looking for a piece of art for our newly built home in Australia. On a recent visit to London we went to the Crooked Billet (we used to work there many years ago). The moment we saw Patrick’s photograph we just had to have it. The photograph is amazing and Patrick did a fine job of ensuring it’s safe delivery to Australia. We are very pleased and also impressed with the professional service we received throughout the ordering/delivery process
BRAD & MAYA GRIEVES, AUSTRALIA

Happy Customer: The Crooked Billet in snow, Wimbledon Common
Hi Patrick, Just to let you know that the picture arrived safe and sound (thanks to your super packaging). We are absolutely thrilled with it and know it is going to make a very memorable Birthday gift. Once again, many thanks for all your help, it is much appreciated. With thanks, Gail
GAIL SMITH

Happy Customer: The Crooked Billet in snow, Wimbledon Common
Thank you for sorting the Photograph, it will hang pride of place. I shall be back soon for one of your other photographs
ROBIN PARKE

Happy Customer: Rushmere Pond II and The Crooked Billet in snow,Wimbledon Common
Patrick’s Photographs of Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common were so captivating and unique from the moment I first saw them. His use of the Panoramic camera was so different and gave a real depth to the scenes that I see when walking in these places with my dogs. I have never before seen such work that is truly breathtaking scenery of this part of London and the moment of capture shows the beauty that we all take for granted. I consider his photograph of the Crooked Billet in winter to be his best and look forward to seeing future stunning locations that I am sure he will discover
MARK STANFORD

Happy Customer: Rushmere Pond VIII, Wimbledon Common & The Crooked Billet, Wimbledon Common
We ordered two prints from Patrick and they are both spectacular – he really does justice to the local scenery and as Wimbledon residents it is lovely to have a snapshot of our outdoor spaces at home. Patrick himself was very helpful with choosing the right size for our space and it takes up the wall nicely without being overpowering. Bigger is definitely better when it comes to Patrick’s photos!
MR & MRS MERLIN-JONES

The Pub: The Crooked Billet is a pub at 14–15 Crooked Billet, facing onto Wimbledon CommonWimbledon, London. The building dates from the early 18th century, and became the Crooked Billet during the 1750s. The district of Wimbledon called Crooked Billet takes its name from the pub. It sits next to The Hand in Hand, which is also a Young’s pub

Wimbledon Common is a large open space in Wimbledon, south-west London, totalling 460 hectares (1,140 acres). There are three named areas: Wimbledon Common, Putney Heath, and Putney Lower Common, which together are managed under the name Wimbledon and Putney Commons. Putney Lower Common is separated from the rest of the Common by about 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometres) of built-up area of southwest Putney

Wimbledon Common consists mainly of a plateau of acidic grassland, the most notable area being The Plain. Scarcely a crest breaks the smooth table and nowhere can you find a summit. Soils are impoverished gravels, ideal for heathland and bogs. The land falls away to the west down through the other main habitat, mature woodlands, to Beverley Brook, where the geology is predominantly London clay

The golf course used by the two golf clubs is also a large feature of Wimbledon Common