Plaque

Pepys, Harley, Etty, Stanfield

Inscription

In a house formerly standing on this site lived Samuel Pepys, 1633 - 1703, diarist & Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, 1661 - 1724, statesman. And in this house lived William Etty 1787 - 1849, painter & Clarkson Stanfield, 1793 - 1867, painter.

Site: Pepys, Harley, Etty, Stanfield (1 memorial)

WC2, Buckingham Street, 14

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Pepys, Harley, Etty, Stanfield

Subjects commemorated i

William Etty

Painter - pneumatic female nudes a speciality.

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Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford

Statesman. Harley Street was named after him. Responsible for the creation o...

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Samuel Pepys

Diarist and Secretary of the Admiralty.  Born Salisbury Court, where his fath...

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Clarkson Stanfield

Theatrical scenic artist, marine and landscape painter, Royal Academician. B...

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