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Painters' Hall

Painters' Hall
Painters' Hall
Painters' Hall
Painters' Hall
Painters' Hall

Painters' Hall is the home of The Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers, the 5th Oldest Livery Company in the City of London. Painters' Hall was given to the Company in 1532 by Alderman Sir John Browne, Sergeant Painter to King Henry VIII, but it was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. It was subsequently re-built but enemy action in 1941 destroyed it once again. The present Hall, which was completed in 1960, combines the traditional elegance of a City Livery Hall with the facilities expected of a modern building.

This splendid venue is ideal for Banquets, luncheons and dinners as well as conferences with capacity to hold up to 180 in the Livery Hall.

The Court Room also provides a perfect setting for pre-dinner drinks and more intimate dining with capacity to hold up to 60.

Painters' Hall exhibits a fine collection of Royal portraits dating from the late seventeenth century. The focal point of the Hall is the stained-glass windows portraying the arms of figures that have played a prominent part in the company's history and liveryman who have been Lord Mayor of the City.

The Painted Chamber is decorated with original painted panels made in the 18th century for the previous hall and can be used for small functions and events. On the walls hang a wide historical collection together with Royal Charters granted to the Company by Elizabeth I, James II, George VI and Elizabeth II.

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Painters' Hall
9 Little Trinity Lane