Gad’s Hill Place ART PRINT


“It is right to begin with the obligations of home…While those are overlooked and neglected, no other duties can possibly be substituted for them.”

Charles Dickens, Bleak House

Gad’s Hill Place is the home of Charles Dickens himself. When he was a young boy, he and his father were taking a walk when they passed by Gad’s Hill Place. Boy Charles told his dad that he wanted to live there one day – and what did he do but exactly that! He overcame a lot of misfortune in his life (including working in a factory while his family lived in a debtor’s prison) to ultimately become the gentleman he’d always wanted to be.

This original artwork was first painted with acrylic paint and india ink on muslin canvas.

Sweet Sequels reproduction prints are printed professionally on acid free, fine art paper with archival pigment-based inks. They are printed and shipped directly from my home studio.

Prints come in three sizes: 13×19, 8.5×11, or 5×7. All sizes are ready for standard frames. No custom framing needed.

8.5×11 and 5×7 sizes include a border for framing and are printed on textured fine art paper. They come signed. These sizes come packaged in a clear sleeve with sturdy chipboard backing, and will be mailed in a rigid mailer.

The 13×19 size is printed on high quality matte poster paper, and ships separately in a cardboard tube. It is not signed.

Please note that the color resolution on your screen may appear different than on print.


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