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LOWER FORE STREET, LAMBETH

A watercolour by James Lawson Stewart (1829 -1911) annotated 'A bit of Fore Street Lambeth looking N'. The walkway across Lower Fore Street linked the pottery works of J.Stiff to the river access on the left. This area adjacent to the Thames was demolished and replaced with Albert Embankment in the early 1860s. Stewart painted views of the streets and buildings of the cities where he lived, drawing from life or after earlier prints and drawings, and these watercolours were given to his landlord in lieu of rent. The scene depicted here is almost certainly taken from an earlier photograph of c.1865 by William Strudwick.Ref: 2010/18

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Image type:Watercolour Painting
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Ref:10624
Original ref:2010/18
Date:c.1865

1850 - 1875COMMERCE AND INDUSTRYLAMBETHROADS AND STREETSSHOPS AND SHOPPINGSTREET FURNITURETRADEWatercolour Painting

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