The painting shows shops on Eastgate Street which were demolished in the late 1830s to make way for a bank next to the entrance of the old Eastgate Market. The house with the two gables was no.8, formally no.4, Eastgate Street also known as The Bolt.
Where to see this painting?
Gloucester City Museum & Art Gallery
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