An art gallery needs help identifying the location depicted in a 90-year-old painting of a famous Hammersmith road.
The Stern Pissarro Gallery recently discovered a 1922 painting entitled King Street, Hammersmith, by Ludovic-Rodo Pissarro - the fourth son of Camille Pissarro.
The Mayfair gallery specialises in the works of Danish-French impressionist Camille and his descendants, and is keen to pinpoint the exact location of the Hammersmith scene.
The gallery co-owner David Stern said: “With so much construction that’s happened along King Street since the work’s execution, we are intrigued to identify the exact location of the scene in the painting.
“This may be an interesting challenge for your readers, as I’m sure someone will have an idea.”
Ludovic-Rodo lived on Bedford Road, in Bedford Park, between 1919 and 1922. He was a prolific painter of London topographical scenes, and many of his paintings depicted scenes of daily life in Hammersmith and Chiswick.
Anyone with information can email.