Munnings was calming with buddies at The Shrub pub on The Road in Costessey when two minstrels came into the lawn and began working. He then dashed off the image – known as Somewhere The Sun Is Glowing, known as after the tune the minstrels were working.
The oil painting is predicted to offer for between £250,000 to £350,000 at Sotheby’s in London, uk on May 10.
Landlord H Wilson said the pub lawn was not recognisable from the artwork now, as opposed to another Munnings’work known as the Equine Purchase coloured outside The Shrub, which Mr Wilson has a list of clinging in the pub.
He said: “I’ll perhaps get a duplicate of this one as well.
“There is a weblink and a new with the pub.”
The landscape reveals two of Munnings’ buddies, Gerald Rock and Johnson Situation, in the lawn.But the honeysuckle in the painting has now gone and the lawn looks onto a go-karting natural.
Munnings later had written in his autobiography: “Quite by opportunity, just as I was beginning to perform, two walking artists resulted in.
“She was working the well-known tune of the day, ‘Somewhere The Sun Is Shining’. There was a calming, nonproductive vacation environment about its lawn.”
Munnings shifted to Norfolk from Suffolk when he was 14 to work as an newbie at the Norwich lithographers, Web page Siblings.
He joined Norwich Institution of Art in his some time to the history for one of his painting is £7.8m.
Sotheby’s said: “The painting was implemented with excellent humorousness.”