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A unique piece of historic architecture and landscape oil painting titled, 'Queen Anne's Summerhouse' by Award winning UK female Artist Denisa Mansfield. A Grade 2 listed red brick fortress that sits in the tradition of early 18th century landscape features. Built by Samuel Ongley in the 1690s, named in honour and knighted by Queen Anne in 1712. In 2001, the Landmark Trust restored the 300-year-old folly to its former glory, which now stands as a wonderful B&B, located in Old Walden. Comes in a bespoke fitted wooden frame, ready to hang.


10% of your contribution will be donated to Landmark Trust to continue their work in restoring landmarks across England, a cause I am very passionate about and can continue to support through my paintings.


Highly collectible International artist and artwork, recently exhibited in Chelmsford Museum and Mall Galleries, London. Also featured in House and Garden Magazine.



Height: 45 cm (framed)

Width: 63 cm (framed)


'Queen Anne's Summerhouse' Oil on Canvas Painting Artwork Architecture Landscape

  • 42 cm.

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