'Chantry House, Henley' by John Piper dated 1983.
A framed coloured limited edition screen print, signed and numbered 95/100.
The Chantry house is a medieval timber-framed building adjacent to St Mary's Church. Probably originally a Merchant's House it has storage on the ground floor opening onto the riverside wharves, a middle floor opening into the present churchyard and an upper floor. It was later used to house the King James' Grammar School and the Dame Perriam Bluecoat School.