Plaque

Richard Dadd

Richard Dadd
Richard Dadd
Inscription

Greater London Council
Richard Dadd, 1817 - 1886, painter, lived here.

Site: Richard Dadd (1 memorial)

SW1, Suffolk Street, 14/15

The street number is actually on the door in Roman figures, XIV, which is very unusual.

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Richard Dadd

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Richard Dadd

Painter. Born Chatham in Kent. Died in a lunatic asylum at Broadmoor, outside...

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Richard Dadd

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Greater London Council

Replaced the LCC. The GLC was abolished, some say, because Mrs Thatcher could...

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