Sunday 31 August 2014

Rear of House in Park Drive, Parkville

Oil painting of a small double story Victorian building with a sliding gate in the foreground.
Wardlow is the grandest house in South Parkville, not to mention the most famous, partly due to its use as the exterior for Miss Fisher's house in Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries.  Keen observers--or even those less keen--will notice that this isn't it, but you can see the corner of Wardlow's cast-iron fence in the bottom right corner.  Alternatively, you can almost see this scene in the bottom left of this photograph of Wardlow.

Oil on canvas board, 7" x 5"

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