The Merrivale Stable, part of the ‘Great British Spraycation’ – a  2021 series of artworks by anonymous British street artist Banksy



Anderson & Garland are proud to present:
Banksy - The Merrivale Stable (Lot 685)

This original work of art will be offered to the market for the first time as part of
The Modern Art & Design Auction at Anderson & Garland Auctioneers in Newcastle on 27th January.


Public Viewing:

Monday 24th January, 10am - 3pm

Tuesday 25th January, 10am - 3pm 

Wednesday 26th January, 10am - 3pm 

Private viewing available by appointment.


Item Description:

Banksy (b.1974)

The Merrivale Stable

Wood and fibre glass construction, contained within Perspex boxes,
The stable 44 x 44 x 43cms, the girl 7cms high.

Estimate: Refer to department


Merrivale Model Village, Great Yarmouth.


Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Urban – Renowned Street Art Exhibition, 11 December 2021 – 29 May 2022.


BBC News, ‘New ‘Banksy’ art work appears at Great Yarmouth model village’ 9th August 2021

Katie Weston, ‘Banksy artwork left at model village in Norfolk could be moved to a museum and replaced by a replica over fears it could be stolen’ MailOnline, 18th August 2021

Kerry Coupe, ‘Banksy Stable left at Merrivale Model Village in Great Yarmouth to go on display at Peterborough Museum’ Rutland & Stamford Mercury, 8th December 2021


Price On Application:
Anyone who would like to bid on this lot on 27th January must pass preautherisation checks to be able to do so.

For information on preautherisation requirments, to book a private viewing appointment or to speak to one of our specialists please contact or 0191 430 3000










The small stable which was added to Merrivale Model Village in Great Yarmouth during the summer, is part of the ‘Great British Spraycation’ – a  2021 series of artworks by anonymous British street artist Banksy.

“The Banksy has been a life-saver for us as we’ve had to close so much due to the pandemic,” said Frances, who has run the model village since 2017.  

“We hope the sale will safeguard the future of the village.” 

 The tiny thatched stable, which features a rodent and the words ‘Go Big Or Go Home” scrawled on the side, appeared in the model village on August 6. 

 Frank and Frances didn’t notice the model until two days later when it was pointed out to them by a visitor. 

 It was later confirmed as a Banksy by Pest Contol. Banksy was seen working on eight pieces across Suffolk and Norfolk in a video entitled 'A Great British Spraycation' which was uploaded to his Instagram account.







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Banksy Official - 'Great British Spraycation' Video

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