Chingford Plain

90 GBP

Chingford Plain, Epping Forest

Giclée Print

Hahnemuhle Museum Etching 350gsm

A2 (420x594cm)

This view across Chingford Plain looks out from The Queen Elizabeth Hunting Lodge on Dannet Hill. The lodge was built by Henry VIII and originally called The Great Standing to view 'the royal hunts' across part of his Great Deer Park.  In the 18th and early 19th century, it was the starting place of the 'Epping Hunt', you can see a clear path into Bury Wood where horses and hounds would gallop in hunt of fallow deer. Blackthorn bushes, oaks and small beech trees are scattered around the plain today.