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GRAFFITI, RALEIGH HOUSE, WINDRUSH SQUARE, BRIXTON

An example of poster graffiti, featuring Snow White clutching a bloody heart, on Raleigh House facing Windrush Square, Brixton. The building, originally a pair of houses built in c.1810, was once used as a Liberal Club, a public hall, a private school, industrial workshops, and after a period of neglect, is about to be restored with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund as the Black Cultural Archives. Digital image dated 24th February 2008.From the Graffiti Gallery recording Lambeth's urban art.Ref: D86/80

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Image type:Digital
Artist:Norman
Ref:08603
Original ref:D86/80
Date:2008

1976 to dateBRIXTON CENTRALBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREDigitalENTERTAINMENTSTREET FURNITURE

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